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Cohabitation Issues in New Jersey Divorce Cases: Robitzski v. Robitzski

Former spouses eventually move on with their lives after a divorce, including by starting new relationships. Those relationships can raise some tricky legal issues in cases in which one former spouse Read More

Arbitration – Paying for Your Kids’ Education Costs after a Divorce – Biser v. Levine

When a married couple decides to divorce, one of the many issues that often comes up is how they’ll pay for their kids’ education. New Jersey’s Superior Court recently took Read More

Domestic Abuse, Arbitration in New Jersey Divorce Cases – Ivery-Little v. Little

Domestic violence and abuse allegations are unfortunately a common part of many divorce cases in New Jersey. State law allows a person to sue his/her spouse if there was personal Read More

Settlement Agreements, Education Expenses in New Jersey Divorce Cases – Ferrara v. Ferrara

Outside of Court with a Settlement Agreement, divorcing spouses can efficiently and effectively resolve some or all of the issues related to their divorce. The contracts allow the spouses to Read More

Tax Information You Need to Consider When Divorcing

First, when getting a divorce, it is extremely important to consult with a CPA or even a tax lawyer if necessary to understand your options and the implications of various Read More

Adolescent Psychology

ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY At Helfand & Associates, we handle many amicable divorces and family matters as well as some of the most hotly contested difficult cases.  In an effort to improve our Read More

Divorce and Default Judgment in New Jersey

There is no question about the fact that going through a divorce can be draining both emotionally and potentially financially. Many times, individuals feel that they cannot afford an attorney, Read More

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