Blog Posts in 2015

  • How is Temporary Child Support Determined?

    Divorce can be a fairly long process, and can put many aspects of your life on pause. One thing that cannot be paused, however, is the care of your children. As a result, courts will frequently issue a temporary child support order requiring one parent to pay child support to the other until the divorce is finalized. How is Temporary Child Support Calculated? Just as with standard child support ...
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  • Divorce Do’s & Don’ts

    For anyone who is going through a divorce , the process can be emotionally trying, to say the least. As a result, many people engage in behavior which could potentially harm them in the long run, or fail to take proper steps to protect themselves and their property. At The Law Offices of O’Toole & Gunteski, our experienced Monmouth County divorce lawyers can help you understand the fine details of ...
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  • Can I Move with My Children After Divorce?

    Once you have finally wrapped your divorce , it may seem too overwhelming, frustrating, or even annoying to step back into the courtroom for years to come. However, if you decide to make a move with your children, this may be exactly where you find yourself without taking the proper legal steps. First, it is important to identify your reasons for moving. Are you just trying to find a fresh start ...
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  • Planning Your High Net Worth Divorce

    When one or both spouses have a significant amount of wealth, it is typically seen as a high net worth divorce. There is no denying that high net worth divorces often bring more complications than regular divorces. Whether contested or not, you will need to ensure that all property is properly identified and distributed through the divorce. It is crucial that you plan ahead for your divorce to ...
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  • Tips to Win a Child Custody Battle

    Whether you are going through a divorce or a complex separation, when you have children, child custody will likely be the most heated issue you face. While you and the other parent may try to come upon an agreement regarding child custody, in many cases, it is simply not possible. From disagreements on physical or legal custody to different views on visitation time , finding a mutual solution ...
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