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What Is A Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) in Divorce?

What Is A Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) in Divorce?

By Dalena & Bosch | November 29, 2021

Complete Guide To a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) in Divorce Are you on the path to getting divorced? You’re not alone. Around 26,000 couples filed for divorce in 2019, and experts believe those numbers could rise due to the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic. In some cases, you may be worried about the information your soon-to-be ex-spouse…

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What Does Parent of Primary Residence Mean?

What Does Parent of Primary Residence Mean?

By Dalena & Bosch | November 22, 2021

Parent of Primary Residence Did you know that there were more than 700,000 divorces in the U.S. in 2019? Child custody is often a concern in legal proceedings, and the primary residence is an important factor. So what does primary residence mean in joint custody? Read on to learn more. What Does Primary Residence Mean In Joint…

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How Is Child Custody Determined in NJ?

How Is Child Custody Determined in NJ?

By Dalena & Bosch | November 17, 2021

How Child Custody Is Determined in NJ? Divorces and legal separations can be traumatic and difficult things for anybody. Still, for parents or other family members expecting a legal battle over the custody of a child, they can become incredibly intense. If you’re unsure about how custody law for your child operates in the state…

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Does New Jersey Recognize Palimony?

Does New Jersey Recognize Palimony?

By Dalena & Bosch | November 8, 2021

Does New Jersey Recognize Palimony? Around 7.5 million unmarried couples live together. Many of these couples have children and act as though they’re married besides lacking a legal agreement. But what happens when these couples split up? In 2019, more than 700,000 couples divorced. You can reasonably assume the number of cohabitating partners who split up is similar…

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How to reduce alimony payments in NJ

How To Reduce Alimony Payments in New Jersey

By Dalena & Bosch | October 28, 2021

Reduce Alimony Payments? Can Alimony Be Modified in NJ? Starting a divorce is a stressful experience. However, when it turns out that forever isn’t as long as expected, you have to deal with the messy consequences of separating your lives. Then, there’s everything that comes next. Like alimony modification, to reflect when your life circumstances change.…

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How Does Supervised Visitation Work in NJ

How Does Supervised Visitation Work in NJ

By Dalena & Bosch | October 24, 2021

Supervised Visitation in New Jersey Divorces involving children come with many tough decisions and uncomfortable realities — not the least of which is supervised visitation. It may seem complicated and intimidating but going into it with the right information makes it better for everyone involved. The New Jersey courts website summarizes supervised visitation in New Jersey as…

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How long does a divorce take in NJ

How Long Does a Divorce Take in NJ?

By Dalena & Bosch | October 21, 2021

How Long Does a Divorce Take in NJ? The length of a divorce proceeding varies from case to case and is dependent on many factors, including (but certainly not limited to) the following: – Whether there are any minor children involved – Whether temporary support has been awarded or approved by the judge – The…

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Steps To Start a Divorce in NJ

Steps To Start a Divorce in NJ

By Dalena & Bosch | October 11, 2021

Step by Step Guide: How to Start a Divorce in NJ Going through a divorce, also known as dissolution, is highly stressful for most spouses who have decided to start down this path. As the thought of divorce lingers continuously in one’s mind, with many questions to follow, the first and foremost question is “what’s…

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Marital Reconciliation: Legally What Happens Now?

Marital Reconciliation: Legally What Happens Now?

By Dalena & Bosch | September 25, 2021

Traditionally, marriage is defined as a sacred bond between two individuals that are legally binding in court after a religious or non-religious ceremony. Divorce litigation is expensive and can cause significant damage to the marriage. Marital reconciliation is an inexpensive alternative to divorce litigation. The Legal Reality of Reconciling with Your Spouse The process of…

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When Divorced Parents Can't Agree on COVID Vaccine

When Divorced Parents Can’t Agree on COVID Vaccine

By Dalena & Bosch | September 20, 2021

When Divorced Parents Disagree on The  COVID Vaccine When parents get divorced, they often disagree on how to handle certain things for their children. For example, a recent survey showed that around one in four parents do not want their child to receive the Covid-19 shot. So, for divorced parents, a big problem occurs when parents disagree…

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Elizabeth Dalena helped me through a very difficult divorce and I felt working with her was like working with a friend you can trust! Beth, thank you for your professionalism and helping me through this difficult time.
Michael Mastrogiacomo - March 2020
If you’ve been searching for an honest and empathetic attorney...someone you can trust while you navigate the difficult and emotional world of family law, then do yourself a favor and contact Beth Dalena & Jessica Bosch. You’ll be so glad you did.
Par 5 Consulting - March 2020
When you are in the painful and often frightening process of divorce, the women of this law firm bring you confidence and security with their knowledge and professionalism. They exhibit that rare combination of the willingness to hold your hand like a compassionate friend and defend you like a piranha in the courtroom when necessary. They exhibit dedication, and the grace and wisdom of their long term experience. They look…
Cindy Morhouse - February 2020
These ladies have helped me several times in my experience with them. Jessica was my divorce attorney and I can say without hesitation, she was professionally and personally a gift to me. She handled my case (adversarial at best) with grace and knowledge. A fighter when necessary. She handled me in my personal state as a friend. Compassionate and kind. Beth assisted me with rewriting my deed after my divorce…
Scarlett O - January 2020
I chose Jessica A. Bosch to represent me because she was compassionate and knowledgeable. My divorce was a long and difficult journey. During this time, I lost sight of what was really important. Jessica kept me grounded and focused on what would be best for me after the divorce. I am grateful for her help in protecting two very important financial things that I might have given up. I didn't…
Cynthia R - December 2019