Absent an order being entered by the court directing that your assets are to be preserved, you are free to act as you deem fit with your assets.
Once a Final Judgment of Divorce is entered, and you are finally divorced, the question is what happens now?
The family law attorneys of Shane and White, LLC have compiled a list of key questions to consider asking an attorney when looking for an attorney for a situation involving family law.
The Q&A also give you insights into the experience of our family law attorneys.
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Ken White, a certified matrimonial attorney in the law firm of Shane & White, was recently interviewed by NJ Money Help to provide legal insights into how to protect assets before marriage.
NJ Money Help interviewed attorney Ken White to discuss options when your ex won’t pay for your child’s college.
Divorce, Lies, and Joint Tax Returns
Ken White, a divorce attorney, and Michael Maye, a certified financial planner and certified public accountant are interviewed by NJ Money Help to answer a question about divorce, joint tax returns, lies, and potential liability.
How soon before a marriage should a prenup be signed? Ken White discusses prenup deadlines in the latest NJ Money Help article.
Ken White discusses the implications a new job and salary change can have on alimony and child support.
Lauren Miceli joins the Law Firm of Shane and White
The law firm of Shane and White welcomes the addition of attorney Lauren A. Miceli to our legal team.