Divorce Law Tables - New Jersey - Rhode Island
Table 1 - Alimony/Spousal Support Factors
Table 2 - Custody Criteria
Table 3 - Child Support Guidelines
* Source: Laura W. Morgan, Child Support Guidelines (1996)
Table 4 - Grounds for Divorce and Residency Requirements
Table 5 - Property Division
Table 6- Third Party Visitation
Source: Family Law Quarterly, Vol. 30, No.4, Winter 1997. Published by Section of Family Law - American Bar Association.
REQUIRES GOOD ADVICE -- The decision to use marital fault as grounds for divorce in lieu of no-fault requires sound legal advice. In many jurisdictions, using adultery as a ground has no advantage even when it is true.
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Need to Know the Law?This section will provide you with the state divorce laws addressing the following issues, but not limited to; Residency Requirements, Grounds for Divorce or Dissolution of Marriage, Legal Separation, Property Division, Child Custody, Child Support, Visitation, and Spousal Support or Alimony.
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