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Residency requirements to successfully file for a divorce in New Jersey state that either spouse must have been a legal resident in the state for at least one year prior to the initial filing. In certain cases involving adultery there is no determined time limit as long as one of the spouses is a legal resident of the state.
Recognized grounds for a no-fault divorce in New Jersey are:
Recognized grounds for a fault based divorce in New Jersey are:
Custody cases in New Jersey are usually determined with the best interests of the child in mind.
Common factors taken into consideration when making a decision on child custody are:
The courts will recognize any agreement made together by the parents unless it is clearly not in the best interest of the child.
New Jersey follows certain child support guidelines which are usually applied in almost every case. The courts will take into account both parents total gross income as well as accounting for any child related expenses. Usually, child support will continue until the child reaches the age of 18 but may be extended to the end of his or her secondary education.
In New Jersey the superior court holds jurisdiction over all the proceedings.
At any point in the divorce proceedings the parties may enter into a period of mediation. If they can come to an agreement on the troubled areas they are able to continue their divorce on an uncontested basis.