Stimulus Checks during a Divorce: Do I Have to Share My Stimulus Check with My Almost Ex?

With the COVID-19 crisis came the crash of the global economy.  The federal government has promised to send stimulus checks to those who qualify.  Some have already received the funds deposited directly into their accounts and others are still waiting.  If you owe child support, the amount of your stimulus check may be impacted.  But …

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Custody in the Time of Corona

I suspect there isn’t a single person in the State of New Jersey, or the country (probably even the world) who hasn’t been affected by the notorious Coronavirus.  In addition to the health crisis we are all facing, global markets have crashed and countless have lost their jobs. By now, we have all heard the …

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Divorce Doesn’t Have to Be Financially Devastating

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-07-19/divorce-destroys-finances-of-americans-over-50-studies-show The attached article paints quite the grim picture of a divorce and its financial consequences. But, it doesn’t always have to be this way. It’s important to surround yourself with knowledgeable legal and financial advisors to make sure that this doesn’t happen to you. It’s important to equip yourself with the proper tools to …

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Divorce and What it Means for College

Check out this great article on planning for college post-divorce. Some people forget to take college into consideration, especially if the kids are still young. Always plan ahead.  If you’re going through a divorce and have questions about contributing towards college, don’t hesitate to reach out to Birz Law, LLC at 201-701-1218.

Parenting Time Around the Holidays

The holiday season is in full swing and, unfortunately, so are the custody disputes. Each year, around this time, the calls to family law attorneys increase, and the trips to the courthouse become more frequent. Both parents, understandably so, want to spend the holidays with their children, and oftentimes it becomes difficult to find a …

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