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Should I Cite Fault Grounds in My NJ Divorce?

By Katherine K. Wagner |

If you are preparing to go through the divorce process, you’ve most likely heard the term “no-fault divorce.” Please continue reading and contact the Law Offices of Katherine K. Wagner to learn more about no-fault divorce, fault-based divorce, and whether you should cite fault grounds or not. Here are some of the questions you… Read More »

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Preparing for a Divorce | Here’s What You Need to Know

By Katherine K. Wagner |

Divorce is an involved, document-heavy process, which is why anyone who believes they’re ready to start must continue reading and reach out to the Law Offices of Katherine K. Wagner to learn more about preparing for divorce. Tips for Preparing for a Divorce in New Jersey Make sure you’re emotionally ready to begin the… Read More »

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What Should I Do if My Ex Isn’t Paying Alimony?

By Katherine K. Wagner |

When a couple gets divorced, often, alimony (sometimes called spousal support or spousal maintenance) is one of the most hotly-contested issues. In many cases, one spouse believes he or she is entitled to alimony, while the other spouse disagrees. New Jersey has a system in place regarding how it determines alimony agreements, and courts… Read More »

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Prenuptial Agreements in New Jersey | What You Need to Know

By Katherine K. Wagner |

Getting married is a huge step for any couple. If you and your partner are ready to get married, you’re most likely putting a significant amount of planning into your wedding, as marriage, of course, is a big deal. That said, just as you plan for your wedding, it’s important to use this opportunity… Read More »

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Who Gets to Keep the House in a Divorce?

By Katherine K. Wagner |

Divorce is almost always complicated, as couples and their families have a lot at stake. One of the most contentious divorce-related matters is property distribution. Often, when couples get divorced, key assets, such as their savings accounts, 401(k)s, vehicles, and even their homes, are up for equitable distribution. For many, however, their house is… Read More »

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What to Know About Business Owner Divorce in New Jersey

By Katherine K. Wagner |

If you are a business owner who is facing a divorce, protecting your business is likely of utmost importance. To learn more about business owner divorce in New Jersey, continue reading and reach out to The Law Offices of Katherine K. Wagner. Can my spouse get part of my business in a divorce? In… Read More »

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What is a Gray Divorce?

By Katherine K. Wagner |

A “gray divorce” is a term that refers to couples over the age of 50 who are divorcing. In recent years, our country has seen an uptick in gray divorces. Though the reason why is unclear, many have speculated that it is because the negative stigma surrounding divorce is less prevalent than it was… Read More »

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High Net Worth Divorce in New Jersey: What to Know

By Katherine K. Wagner |

If you are in a high net worth divorce, you must prepare yourself for the legal process ahead. Continue reading and reach out to the Law Offices of Katherine K. Wagner to learn more about high net worth divorce in New Jersey and what you can expect out of the legal process ahead. What… Read More »

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Behavior that Affects your Divorce Proceedings: The Dos and Don’ts

By Katherine K. Wagner |

There are certain actions and behavior that can either benefit or hurt the outcome of your divorce proceeding. Please read on to learn more about some of the “dos” and “don’ts” of divorce. What to Do When Facing a Divorce If you are going through the divorce process, or even if you have recently… Read More »

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Parenting Time Issues During a Global Pandemic

By Katherine K. Wagner |

When coronavirus hit American shores sometime in February 2020, many people thought, or hoped, the epidemic would be over in a few months. As a result, in terms of parenting timeshare arrangements, many families turned to stopgap measures and informal agreements. At this point, it seems that COVID-19 restrictions might last well into 2021…. Read More »

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