How To Decide if Divorce is Right for You and How To Keep Things Amicable in a New Jersey Divorce Photo of Michele Hart I have practiced law for 24 years and the past 18 years, I have focused exclusively on divorce and family law cases. I always knew I wanted to be a lawyer. I admired the power that I believed lawyers had to “win” rights for the clients they served. After all, I’ve always been a fighter. I have been knocked down a few times but I always found the strength and determination to get up and get back in the game.
Michele Hart Divorce & Family Law< I have practiced law for 24 years and the past 18 years, I have focused exclusively on divorce and family law cases. I always knew I wanted to be a lawyer. I admired the power that I believed lawyers had to “win” rights for the clients they served. After all, I’ve always been a fighter. I have been knocked down a few times but I always found the strength and determination to get up and get back in the game.
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How To Decide if Divorce is Right for You and How To Keep Things Amicable in a New Jersey Divorce

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How To Decide if Divorce is Right for You and How To Keep Things Amicable in a New Jersey Divorce

When a potential client comes to me for a consultation to find out what divorce entails, we will talk about what’s been happening and why they are considering divorce at this time. We will talk about your most pressing concerns

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Three Powerful Ways to Manage Your Emotions When Conversations Get Heated

If you’re in the midst of divorce – or any conflict for that matter – you can learn how to immediately calm your emotions when things get heated.  When you do, you’ll be able to think clearly and rationally with

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Five Concrete Actions to Help Reach Agreement with Your Spouse for an Amicable Divorce

Even before the pandemic and resulting historic state-wide New Jersey court crisis, divorcing spouses could expect to save time, money, and aggravation by reaching out of court divorce agreements. But when the pandemic forced courthouses to close for most in-person

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What the Current New Jersey Court Crisis Means for Divorcing Spouses

On the heels of the global pandemic, there is now a historic state-wide New Jersey court crisis – not just in family court, but in the civil, criminal, and other divisions as well. When the pandemic hit, buildings were closed

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How to Avoid Court in Your New Jersey Divorce

Divorce is never easy.  And the thought of going to court can make it that much worse. It might help to know that court is not your only option – in fact, the vast majority of New Jersey divorces settle

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What Divorcing Spouses Can Do When Virtual Court Stalls Settlement

Divorcing spouses should not rush to court these days.  Once you file a divorce complaint with the court, you’re on the court’s timeline and required to attend mandatory settlement conferences and mediation to try to reach an agreement on issues

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How to Divorce Amicably without Court

Contrary to common belief, to get a divorce in New Jersey, you don’t need to file a divorce complaint with the court right away. Depending on your circumstances, it might make sense to reach a divorce agreement with your spouse

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The Four Characteristics Your Lawyer Needs When You Want an Amicable Divorce

When you want an amicable divorce, it’s common to want to avoid lawyers.  After all, lawyers are commonly associated with more conflict.  Unfortunately, it’s the worst ones we tend to hear about the most. But like any type of professional,

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Save Big on Divorce Lawyer Fees with These Five Steps

The vast majority of divorce cases are settled out of court by mutual agreement.  Therefore, once you decide to divorce, the goal should be for you and your spouse to sign a divorce agreement, typically called a Marital Settlement Agreement.

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The One Thing Most Divorcing Parents Don’t Know: The Path to an Amicable Divorce

If you are considering divorce, it’s common to want to avoid or postpone divorce to protect your kids. As a family lawyer for over 20 years, I often hear parents voice intense concern that their kids would have a hard

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