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Splitting Up Together TV Show Examines Current Divorce Trends

By Kelli Martone “Splitting Up Together,” a new TV show that recently premiered on ABC, examines current trends in divorce and separation that affect modern parents. The show stars actress Jenna Fischer, formerly of “The Office,” and Oliver Hudson who plays her husband. In the pilot episode of “Splitting Up Together,” the audience learns that […]

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“Family Matters” to Kearney & Martone Attorneys

Family law attorneys Kelli Martone and Nancianne Aydelotte have built their reputations on a strong foundation of experience, determination, and compassion. They understand that each client and each case is unique, and provide the powerful guidance and insight needed for a successful outcome. It is for this reason and more that they were both recently […]

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Prenuptial Agreements

Engaged couples often do not want to discuss prenuptial agreements because they feel that it will be an uncomfortable conversation. However, it is important to have this discussion and prepare for the future. Most people are aware that approximately 40 to 50 percent of married couples in this country end up divorcing. But asking your […]

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Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum Living Together Despite Split

By Kelli Martone Despite splitting up their marriage, Channing Tatum, star of “Magic Mike” and other films, and his former wife Jenna Dewan Tatum continue to live together in the same home. They met on the set of a movie, became a couple in 2006, and married three years later. No type of drama or […]

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Types of Child Custody in New Jersey

Child custody matters are highly-complex. In New Jersey, the child’s best interests are the primary concern when settling child custody matters. Child custody decisions are based on a number of contributing factors including the child’s preference, the fitness of both parents, the parents’ employment status, and the stability of both homes. Several different custody arrangements […]

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Credit and Divorce

Getting divorced can have a significant impact on an individual’s credit score. Married couples nearly always share at least some of their financial assets, such as joint credit cards and savings accounts. Many couples also own homes and other assets with both partners’ names on their titles and even maintain simpler joint accounts like utility […]

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Difference Between Separation and Annulment

A divorce is the legal dismantling of a valid marriage. Valid marriages are marriages that comply with state laws regarding who may marry whom, the circumstances under which individuals may marry, and the processes they must complete in order to be married. When a marriage is not valid, the couple has another option: annulment. While […]

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Social Media and Family Law Disputes

Social media is part of everyday life, but sadly, posts made in anger and frustration can ruin the lives of the people who made them. If you are going through a divorce or child custody dispute, do not let the temptation to let off steam or show the world your rage end up causing you […]

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Temporary Restraining Orders and Divorce

During a divorce, trust can be at an all-time low. Sometimes the process can be so toxic that legitimate fears of misconduct by the spouse arise. Serious financial concerns can include: Removing cash from joint bank accounts Removing cash from a retirement account Cancelling insurance policies (life, home, car, health, etc.) Using joint assets (such […]

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Depression in Children of Divorced Parents

A divorce can be as stressful on a couple’s children as it is on them. For a child, divorce often means a new living arrangement, conflict between their parents, not being able to see both parents each day, and a different financial reality. Divorce can be difficult for a child, and it is not uncommon […]

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