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Monthly Archives: September 2020


What to Expect in a Subsequent Divorce

By Katherine K. Wagner |

The overall divorce rate has declined in recent years. But among second and subsequent marriages, the divorce rate might be as high as 80 percent. Procedurally, a subsequent divorce is much different from a first divorce, as outlined below. That’s partially due to some recent legal changes, and partially due to the nature of… Read More »

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Classifying and Dividing Marital Property in a New Jersey Divorce

By Katherine K. Wagner |

Like some other jurisdictions, New Jersey is an equitable distribution state. Upon divorce, the marital estate, including both assets and debts, must be divided equitably between the parties. That’s not necessarily the same thing as an equal division. In fact, there is a presumption in New Jersey law that the divorce must not be… Read More »

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Intentional and Unintentional Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS)

By Katherine K. Wagner |

Children of divorce normally feel closer to one parent or the other one at different points in their lives. So, Parental Alienation (PA) is usually inevitable. However, Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) is different. The alienating parent drives an emotional wedge between the targeted parent and the children. Additionally, PA is temporary. PAS is permanent…. Read More »

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