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Monthly Archives: August 2021

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How Does Child Custody Work in New Jersey?

By Katherine K. Wagner |

There are some cases in which couples are unable to reach a custody arrangement on their own. In these cases, the court is given the right to make these decisions for them. If you find yourself in this complex situation, read on and speak with the Law Offices of Katherine K. Wagner to learn… Read More »

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What is the Difference Between a Contested and Uncontested Divorce?

By Katherine K. Wagner |

There are two main types of divorce in New Jersey: contested divorce and uncontested divorce. Though they largely cover most of the same issues, the process for each is significantly different. Please continue reading and reach out to the Law Offices of Katherine K. Wagner to learn more about the differences between contested and… Read More »

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What is a Separation Agreement?

By Katherine K. Wagner |

A separation agreement is a contractual agreement that establishes the terms and obligations of a married couple who is seeking to separate, but not get legally divorced. It also does not require court filing, fees, or appearances. Please continue reading and reach out to the Law Offices of Katherine K. Wagner to learn more… Read More »

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Modifying Alimony or Child Support in New Jersey | What to Know

By Katherine K. Wagner |

New Jersey courts understand that life is complex. If your life has changed significantly since the finalization of your divorce, you may be considering revisiting your initial divorce agreements to seek a modification to better reflect your current situation. If your settlement no longer suits you, it is recommended that you retain the services… Read More »

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Can I Relocate With My Child After a Divorce in New Jersey?

By Katherine K. Wagner |

In some cases, the custodial parent may seek to relocate with their child after their divorce is finalized. If the parent wishes to move a short distance away, relocation with their child is typically not an issue. However, if the parent wants to move far away or out of state, relocation may become far… Read More »

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