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Changing Your Child Visitation Agreement in New Jersey

By John B. D'Alessandro |

Child visitation agreements are essential components of family law. They lay the foundation for co-parenting and help ensure the child’s well-being. However, circumstances can change, and modifying these agreements might become necessary down the line. Read on to learn more about how changes to child visitation agreements are handled in New Jersey. If you… Read More »

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Filing Your Income Tax After Divorce in New Jersey: Who Gets to Claim the Kids?

By John B. D'Alessandro |

The process of divorce is complicated and filled with emotional and logistical challenges. A common question among divorcing parents is, “Who gets to claim the children on their taxes after divorce?” Read on for a discussion of this important topic, and call the Law Offices of John B. D’Alessandro in Union, New Jersey, for… Read More »

Termination of Child Support at Age 19 in New Jersey

Termination of Child Support at Age 19 in New Jersey

By John B. D'Alessandro |

Child support orders are part of every divorce involving minor children, as well as other custody disputes between unmarried parents. While you might expect child support to end when the child turns 18 and becomes a legal adult, this is not always the case. In New Jersey, a law passed in 2017 established 19… Read More »

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Divorcing as a Stay-at-Home Parent

By John B. D'Alessandro |

Navigating the complexities of divorce as a stay-at-home parent can feel overwhelming. With the right legal advice, however, you can face this challenging time with clarity and confidence. Read on for a discussion of the major issues and questions facing stay-at-home parents dealing with divorce. For help with divorce in Union, Middlesex, or Essex… Read More »

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Things to Discuss When Considering Lump Sum Alimony

By John B. D'Alessandro |

Obtaining a divorce often involves settling or litigating several important issues, including the division of marital property, child custody, child support, and the payment of alimony. Alimony itself comes in many different forms and can be paid in many different ways. No matter what kind of alimony you are dealing with, one major consideration… Read More »

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How to Prove Cohabitation in New Jersey

By John B. D'Alessandro |

Navigating the complex terrain of cohabitation law in New Jersey can be challenging. Whether you’re contemplating moving in with a partner or worried about how this move could affect your alimony, understanding the law is crucial. See below for information and insight into this complex legal area, and contact the Union Law Offices of… Read More »

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Understanding the Types of Alimony Available in a New Jersey Divorce

By John B. D'Alessandro |

Navigating through the complex maze of divorce proceedings is never an easy task. It is fraught with emotional stress, legal complexities, and financial considerations. One such crucial financial component is alimony. Whether you are seeking to receive alimony in your divorce settlement or if you are the one being asked to pay, it’s important… Read More »

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What Is a Midmarriage Agreement?

By John B. D'Alessandro |

Midmarriage agreements are becoming increasingly popular for married couples who have identified areas of their financial relationship that need clarification or adjustment. Midmarriage agreements are sometimes confused with prenuptial agreements, but they serve different purposes and are executed at different times. If you and your spouse are considering entering into a midmarriage agreement in… Read More »

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Parental Relocation and Child Custody in New Jersey

By John B. D'Alessandro |

When a parent decides to move after a divorce, it can significantly impact child custody agreements. This situation, known as parental relocation, is a complex aspect of family law. Union, New Jersey, Family law attorney John B. D’Alessandro, has the professionalism and experience to represent and guide you through parental relocation situations. Understanding Parental… Read More »


Safeguarding Your Privacy During Divorce

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Divorce proceedings can feel like an intrusive expedition into your personal life. As you navigate significant life changes impacting your finances, family dynamics, and living arrangements, the last thing you need is unwanted attention. This can be particularly challenging if you hold a prominent public role such as a CEO or celebrity. But fear… Read More »

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