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Women and Divorce Podcast Series – Marital Home

Posted On : 15 January 2020 Author Charles Vuotto

In this podcast, NJ divorce lawyer, Charles Vuotto Jr., answers the question: Should I stay in the marital home or sell it?   This is one podcast that is part of an entire ‘Women and Divorce’ podcast series. Click here to choose and listen to others.

Category : Podcasts , Divorce

Women and Divorce Podcast Series – Life Insurance

Posted On : 14 January 2020 Author Charles Vuotto

In this podcast, NJ divorce lawyer, Charles Vuotto Jr., answers the question: Is it important to have life insurance if you have children?   This is one podcast that is part of an entire ‘Women and Divorce’ podcast series. Click here to choose and listen to others.

Category : Podcasts , Divorce

Women and Divorce Podcast Series – Alimony and Retirement

Posted On : 11 October 2019 Author Charles Vuotto

  In this podcast, NJ divorce lawyer, Charles Vuotto Jr., answers the question: In the division of assets, should I request more or less retirement assets in my divorce settlement?     This is one podcast that is part of an entire ‘Women and Divorce’ podcast series. Click here to choose and listen to others.

Category : Podcasts , Divorce , Alimony

Women and Divorce Podcast Series – Alimony

Posted On : 11 October 2019 Author Charles Vuotto

In this podcast, NJ divorce lawyer, Charles Vuotto Jr., answers the question: Will future increases in my spouse’s earnings and portfolio income affect alimony?     This is one podcast that is part of an entire ‘Women and Divorce’ podcast series. Click here to choose and listen to others.

Category : Podcasts , Divorce , Alimony

Women and Divorce Podcast Series

Posted On : 26 September 2019 Author Charles Vuotto

This podcast series is meant to inspire women to become more involved in planning for their financial future. The topics include taxes, budgeting, insurance, investing, divorce planning, estate planning and many others. What happens with my taxes now that I am divorced? How can I increase my credit score now that I am divorced? Will read more

Category : Podcasts , Divorce

Women and Divorce Podcast Series – Increasing Your Credit Score

Posted On : 26 September 2019 Author Charles Vuotto

In this podcast, NJ divorce lawyer, Charles Vuotto Jr., answers the question: How can I increase my credit score now that I am divorced?   This is one podcast that is part of an entire ‘Women and Divorce’ podcast series. Click here to choose and listen to others.

Category : Podcasts , Divorce

Women and Divorce Podcast Series – Taxes and Divorce

Posted On : 23 September 2019 Author Charles Vuotto

In this podcast, NJ divorce lawyer, Charles Vuotto Jr., answers the question: What happens with my taxes now that I am divorced?   This is one podcast that is part of an entire ‘Women and Divorce’ podcast series. Click here to choose and listen to others.

Category : Podcasts , Divorce , Taxes

Top Ten Things to Know When Contemplating Divorce

Posted On : 04 September 2019 Author Charles Vuotto

  By Charles F. Vuotto, Jr., Esq. , 2009   Keep  Emotions in Check: Remember the following: The cost and length of divorce litigation is directly proportionate to the emotions of the parties; and Courts do not usually consider who was at fault in the break up when dealing with financial issues (except, perhaps, when dealing read more

Category : Divorce

The Parents’ Education Program – Is it the Right Message Being Sent?

Posted On : 03 September 2019 Author Charles Vuotto

By Charles F. Vuotto, Jr. Matrimonial litigants who have minor children are required to attend a Parents’ Education Program promulgated under N.J.S.A. 2A:34-12.3 to assist and advise divorcing parents on issues concerning divorce, separation and custody. After pleadings are filed, the parties will be automatically scheduled to attend this program when custody, parenting time or read more

Alimony Rules of Thumb Under the TCJA

Posted On : 03 September 2019 Author Charles Vuotto

By Charles F. Vuotto, Jr. and Brian G. Paul   The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) is the most significant tax legislation in the last few decades, generating much discussion both in and outside the context of family law. With the change in the tax laws, family law professionals including but not limited to read more

Category : Alimony