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  • This week, Governor Chris Christie’s office announced an update to the long-standing NJ Alimony Laws, which will pertain mainly to future divorces and changes the length of time ex-spouses can receive Alimony payments in New Jersey.  It is important to note that the term “Permanent Alimony” is no longer applicable under this new update, and will be replaced with the term “Open durational alimony”, based on the new updated laws. How will this affect your future alimony payments going forward? The major changes of the updated NJ Alimony Law are as follows: –          If your marriage lasted 20 years or …Read More ➡

  • Introduction Marriage is an exciting time in a person’s life. Two people will live together, experience growth and maturity, and start making their own memories. But what if one of the two people is foreign-born? There are a few steps to go through in order to be married and reside in the United States as a foreign spouse. Foreign spouses must follow the required immigration laws if they wish to live in the United States.   Definition The K-1 visa is provided through the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). Once a foreign national has a K-1 visa, they can reside …Read More ➡

  • Introduction Falling in love with a foreigner can be absolutely romantic. Foreigners bring another worldview and culture into the relationship, and this can be refreshing. Before you can live happily ever after, immigration law in the United States has a few requirements that need to be addressed in order for a foreign spouse to reside in the United States legally.   Definition of a Spouse A spouse is a partner in a legal marriage; either a husband or a wife. A foreigner who has been legally married to a United States citizen is required to apply for a visa to …Read More ➡

  • If you have found yourself unable to continue working due to the pain and fatigue associated with your serious medical condition, you may find yourself fearful for the future.   You know you can physically not continue working due to your declining health, yet you may find yourself pushing yourself to continue your employment due to needing the income your job supplies.  However, if you suffer from a medical condition and cannot work, the good news is that you may be eligible to receive benefits under the Social Security Administration; either Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits or Supplement Security Income (SSI) …Read More ➡

  • Introduction A foreign person may consider marrying a person that resides in the United States. If this is the case, they may have some common questions they need answers for before entering into their journey of marriage. These questions can be easily answered and are accessible with a little bit of research. Keep reading below for more information on commonly asked questions by those who would like to live in the United States as a spouse.   What if Your Spouse Is Visiting from His or Her Country? If a U.S. citizen wishes to marry a foreign person who is …Read More ➡

  • Anyone who has ever been through a divorce, or who is currently undergoing a divorce, will know that getting a divorce proves to be a stressful period in one’s life that commonly runs from two and a half months to five months. The exact amount of time depends on various elements in the divorce. Any residents of Pennsylvania looking for a PA uncontested divorce should seek to avoid stress through making the process as easy as possible by engaging a good area divorce attorney. Those persons who are looking into filing to obtain a divorce within Pennsylvania will find that …Read More ➡

  • No one likes to have to admit to financial difficulties that they can not resolve without help. The truth is that each and every day, literally thousands of decent and hard working individuals fall into difficult times and financial hardship. Reinherz & Reinherz is an experienced and professional Personal Bankruptcy Attorney firm. When people in Pennsylvania need help with bankruptcy matters such as avoiding foreclosure on their homes or being pestered by bill collectors, then they will need a good bankruptcy attorney PA firm to fight on their behalves. The attorneys at Reinherz & Reinherz are capable of assisting with …Read More ➡

  • It has become an accepted fact in the institution of marriage, that at some point in time, one spouse or both may decide to end their marriage. There are four types of proceedings under Pennsylvania law, by which husband and wife may end the marriage. The first option is called the uncontested divorce. In this type of proceeding, both parties have agreed that it is best to divorce. Pennsylvania law does require a 90 day “cooling off” period, so that both parties will have time to reflect upon the situation, and make sure that the decision has not been made …Read More ➡

  • Divorce and/or bankruptcy are both life situations that should not have to be faced alone. Divorce is a time riddled with loss, confusion, anger and bewilderment: where does one begin? Likewise, bankruptcy can be fueled by loss of wages, difficulty understanding debt and consumer rights and options, and frustration over where to inaugurate a plan of action. Sorting out personal feelings and tribulation should not be compacted by attempting to arrange, classify and comprehend legal terminology, permissible action and lawful procedure. Pennsylvania has a vast amount of both divorce and bankruptcy attorneys at your disposal. The web hosts a plethora …Read More ➡

  •  HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? This seems to be the first question that many folks ask me when they call me about bankruptcy. Unfortunately, this is not a one size fits all type answer, so the best answer I can give is that “IT DEPENDS”. Chapter 7 for my firm as of this writing has a legal fee between $1000-$2000 plus costs of about $400. So it would be appropriate to budget around $1500 or so. Chapter 13 lawyer fees are usually between $3000-$3500 although we typically let clients pay half of the fee through their re-payment Plan. In our …Read More ➡

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