Prenuptial Agreements

For some, before the “I do” comes the “sign here.” Prenuptial agreements may not be the stuff of great romance, but they are a necessary evil if you have assets to protect.  So how iron-clad are prenuptial agreements? Just how much protection does a prenuptial agreement actually afford? The answer depends largely on when you entered into the prenuptial … Continue reading “Prenuptial Agreements”

Pleading for a Divorce

In New Jersey, there are nine grounds for divorce. The most common is “irreconcilable differences.” To file on grounds of irreconcilable differences, you must allege that you and your spouse had irreconcilable differences for at least six months, that the marriage should be dissolved because of those differences, and that there is no reasonable prospect you … Continue reading “Pleading for a Divorce”