Musulin Law Firm, LLC
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Located directly across from the Burlington County Superior Court, NJ

January 2016 Archives

Bounds of Advocacy vs. Divorce Rage Phenomenon

In the practice of matrimonial and family law, commitment to the Bounds of Advocacy distinguishes a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers from other practitioners to successfully counteract the "divorce rage" phenomenon. The Bounds of Advocacy represent standards of professional conduct a step above the traditional Rules of Professional Conduct adopted by the American Bar Association and most state bar associations. The Bounds of Advocacy are specifically designed to address the unique challenges indigenous to family law matters to most effectively represent the client.

Is Your Marital Settlement Agreement Fair and Equitable?

In times of divorce, people walk into our family law office with questions of whether or not we believe their Property Settlement Agreement or Marital Settlement Agreement is fair and equitable, unfortunately after they have already signed the document and it has become a legally binding document enforceable by the Court. As a general rule, do not sign a settlement proposal such as a Property Settlement Agreement or a Marital Settlement Agreement until you have had the opportunity to review it with an experienced matrimonial attorney. In addition, after the settlement proposal is signed, it is very difficult and often impossible, to undo any damage that leaves you in an unfair position regarding, for instance, payment of alimony, child support or your share of assets from the marriage.

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Musulin Law Firm, LLC
135 High Street
P.O. Box 100
Mount Holly, NJ 08060

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