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February 7, 2022 Scura Law Firm Divorce, Bankruptcy

Filing for Bankruptcy with A Side of Divorce Proceeding

Filing for divorce is never an easy process. This can become more complicated when one of the spouses seeks to file for bankruptcy in the middle of a pending divorce proceeding. This blog will...

September 6, 2017 David L. Stevens Divorce, Bankruptcy

The Interplay Between NJ Automatic Stay and Divorce

The filing of a petition with the Bankruptcy Court instantaneously shields the debtor from most further acts by creditors to collect on debt owed as of that date. Filing automatically invokes the...

February 19, 2016 Scura Law Firm Divorce, Bankruptcy

Help from a Bankruptcy Attorney During Divorce

It is not uncommon for people to arrive at the point of needing to file bankruptcy around the same time that a failing marriage approaches separation and divorce. Finances are traditional "problem...

March 15, 2015 Scura Law Firm Divorce, Family Law

Ask a Lawyer: How is Alimony Determined in New Jersey?

Unlike child support, alimony in a New Jersey divorce is decided based on many different criteria, including the following:

March 1, 2015 Scura Law Firm Divorce, Custody

New Jersey Attorneys Weigh In On Custody In Divorce or Separation

When parents divorce or separate, it is necessary to determine where your child or children will live and how their relationship with the parent who no longer lives in their home will continue. You...

February 16, 2015 Scura Law Firm Divorce

Need a New Jersey Divorce Lawyer or Attorney?

Divorce is not to be taken lightly, as you surely know. If you have arrived at this blog in search of a New Jersey divorce lawyer referral, we will assume that you have examined your motives in great...

February 2, 2015 Scura Law Firm Divorce, Attorney

Need to Find an Attorney for a New Jersey Domestic Violence Case?

Domestic violence is an all-too-frequent occurrence in the context of a divorce, separation or estrangement between spouses or romantic partners.

June 17, 2011 David L. Stevens Divorce, Bankruptcy, Family Law

Should You File Bankruptcy Before or After a Divorce?

It is well known that the leading cause of divorce is money....or rather the lack of money. What I have come to learn after meeting with many divorced debtors in my bankruptcy practice, is that the...

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