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Prenups are a common protection against high asset divorce

For wealthy New Jersey couples, a prenuptial agreement is an absolute requirement for marriage. A prenup can be negotiated to include any number of terms, some of which are common and others that are uniquely geared toward the needs of that particular couple. A prime example lies in clauses intended to address length of marriage in the event of a high asset divorce.

Following rules: same-sex couples and divorce

Faced with divorce and child custody matters, New Jersey couples are almost universally better off to handle matters outside of court. Aside from being able to hammer out the details themselves, staying out of court avoids the risk of contempt charges connected to same-sex couples and divorce. One man learned the heard way that following the rules is absolutely imperative in any court setting. 

Should you stay or should you go?

There comes a point where a romantic relationship no longer works. We all have been there. You go back and forth trying to make a decision about the future and if it will include your current partner. According to the American Psychological Association, approximately 40 to 50 percent of marriages in the United States end in divorce. Making a marriage work is no easy task, here are five tips to help you evaluate if there is longevity in your relationship.

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