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What happens with assets and property when cohabitation ends?

Many New Jersey couples live together without getting married. Some want to wait until they have both established their respective careers before tying the knot, while others decide to marry when they start a family, and some never get married. Just like marriages, some cohabitation arrangements come to an end, but the division of assets and property can be more complicated for those who were not married.

Child custody: Best interests of the child the paramount concern

When New Jersey parents file for divorce, the entire process becomes more complicated if they have minor children. Parents can negotiate a custody arrangement that would best suit them, but the judge has the final say. The court considers a range of factors to assess whether the child custody and parenting plans negotiated by the parents is in the best interests of the child.

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