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How to Prepare Evidence Stored on Your Cell Phone

Posted by Vincent Deluca | Oct 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

In the days before universal internet usage, divorce litigants typically presented evidence in the forms of witnesses, documents, and cassette/ VHS recordings.  Nowadays, the availability of smartphones and mobile operating systems make it possible for us to do just about anything on cell phones,...

Custody and Visitation Rights for Psychological Parents

Posted by Vincent Deluca | Oct 12, 2019 | 0 Comments

Within the New Jersey Courts system, the concept of a “psychological parent” may have originated the Supreme Court case of Sorentino v. Family & Children's Soc. of Elizabeth.  While this case applies specifically to the rights of the birth mother versus the rights of the foster parents, a psychol...

Should I Get a Loan to Fund My Divorce?

Posted by Vincent Deluca | Oct 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

You've probably seen commercials for lending firms specializing in loans for people who are waiting for payouts from personal injury suits.  Lending firms, however, loan money for all sorts of litigation, including divorces.  It makes sense, considering that many spouses are in marriages where th...

Can Alimony be Reinstated If My Partner Moves Out?

Posted by Vincent Deluca | Oct 06, 2019 | 0 Comments

Moving in with a new partner is a happy occasion, but it's a decision that comes with heavy consequences for those who are receiving alimony.  In New Jersey, alimony may be modified or terminated if the recipient remarries or cohabitates with a significant other.  While cohabitation can be proven...

Life Insurance Considerations for Alimony Obligers

Posted by Vincent Deluca | Oct 05, 2019 | 0 Comments

Securing alimony payments with life insurance is a common practice, even for limited duration alimony.  The concept is simple in theory, but there are some complex issues that you should work through with your attorney, prior to finalizing your divorce agreement.  First and foremost, you need to ...

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As a founding partner at Villani & DeLuca, Vincent DeLuca is one of only a few Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney in Ocean County, New Jersey. Mr. DeLuca has helped many clients navigate the delicate details of their own divorce. Mr. DeLuca is also a trained divorce mediator and collaborative divorce attorney. Call today at (732) 965-3404 to speak to Mr. DeLuca or one of our experienced NJ Divorce Lawyers.

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