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A divorce is often characterized as the metaphorical death of one’s family. It is the start of an oftentimes long and difficult process marked by both expected and unpredictable changes in one’s life. Yet, it also signals the start of a new chapter – new beginnings and a fresh start.

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Getting to that point is not always easy

The divorce process is full of twists and turns and requires difficult decisions to be made with regard to alimony, distribution of assets, custody, parenting time, and child support. It is a process wrought with emotion and one that requires guidance. As an experienced family and divorce law attorney, Birz Law, LLC is able to provide the legal guidance and the compassion necessary to guide you through a difficult process. Whether you are just beginning the divorce process or need assistance with post-divorce issues, Birz Law has the experience necessary to guide you in the right direction.


Leveraging Legal Expertise: The Value of Legal Representation in Mediation

In the realm of divorce proceedings, mediation stands out as a powerful tool for resolving disputes amicably and efficiently. While mediation offers numerous benefits, having ...
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Embracing the Marriage Boom: A Word from Your Friendly Divorce Firm

In a world where marriage rates are on the rise and love is in the air, it’s important to acknowledge that not all relationships are ...
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Navigating Divorce: How to Split Retirement Accounts in New Jersey

Going through a divorce is never easy, but navigating the financial aspects can be particularly complex. One crucial aspect is dividing retirement accounts, which can ...
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Divorce and Taxes: Things to Keep in Mind When Your Spouse Becomes Your Former Spouse

It’s that time of year again — Tax Day! When it comes to filing and paying taxes, things work a bit differently when you’re divorced. ...
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Child Support 101: How to Calculate the Obligation

If you and your former partner share a child together, one of you will undoubtedly have to pay child support to the other. The State ...
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Retirement and Its Effect on Alimony in New Jersey

If you have an obligation to pay alimony to your former spouse, the courts in New Jersey have the authority to adjust the payments in ...
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