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As a service to our clients, we at Ceconi & Cheifetz, LLC and Divorce Magazine are pleased to provide you with this monthly e-newsletter and hope that the information and articles contained within are helpful and supportive.

September 2018
  1. If You Can Secretly Record a President, You Can Secretly Record Your Spouse, Right?
  2. How Social Media Can Affect Divorce Proceedings
  3. 5 Ways to Save Money After Divorce
  4. 5 Back-to-School Tips for Separated and Divorced Parents
  5. How to Prepare for Your First Date After Divorce
August 2018
  1. The Child-Parent Relationship After High-Conflict Divorce
  2. How to Relocate After Divorce in an Eco-Friendly Way
  3. Can You Receive Social Security Benefits Based on Your Ex-Spouse’s Work Record?
  4. Building a Happily Blended Family
  5. 9 Tips for Co-Parenting During the Summer
July 2018
  1. Are You Headed for a Summer Divorce?
  2. How Long Does It Take to Get a Divorce?
  3. Four Tips for Taking a Post-Divorce Summer Vacation
  4. 6 Tips on How to Prepare for Divorce Court
  5. Are You Ready to Date Again After Divorce?
June 2018
  1. 7 Post-Divorce Hobbies to Reinvent Your Life
  2. 5 Tips for Co-Parenting for Your Children’s Sake
  3. 30 Percent of Divorces Involve Facebook: What You Need to Know
  4. Tips for Putting Down Lies and Fear During Divorce
  5. What to Expect from Your Family Law Consultation
May 2018
  1. How to Deal with Parental Guilt
  2. 10 Inspirational Messages You Need After Divorce
  3. 5 Ways to Keep Divorce Costs Down
  4. How to Create Your Divorce Support Team
  5. 5 Reasons to Wait Before Dating After Divorce
April 2018
  1. How Spirituality Can Help You Heal After Divorce
  2. 5 Tips That Will Change the Course of Your Divorce for the Better
  3. 9 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Divorce Lawyer
  4. U.S. Divorce Statistics and Divorce Rate (2016 & 2017)
  5. Do the Next Right Thing: A Process to Handle Personal Crisis
March 2018
  1. Advice for Parents of Adult Children of Divorce
  2. Alimony and the New Tax Law
  3. Is Co-parenting with a Narcissisitc Ex-Spouse Possible?
  4. Contemplating Divorce? Do These 5 Things First
  5. Who’s on Your Team?
February 2018
  1. Successful Same-Sex Co-Parenting: Keeping the Focus on the Child
  2. 7 Common Divorce Mistakes to Avoid
  3. Dealing with Divorce Loneliness? Here’s Help
  4. 3 Reasons Why We Stay in Unhappy Marriages
  5. 5 Reasons to Retain an Experienced Divorce Attorney
January 2018
  1. You Have Your Divorce Financial Settlement. Now What?
  2. 5 New Year’s Resolutions from a Divorce Attorney
  3. How to Recognize Parental Alienation
  4. How Alimony and Child Support Works
  5. Starting Over after Divorce
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News and Events
Information on current news and events

Cary B. Cheifetz was appointed as the Director of the New Jersey Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.

Cary B. Cheifetz moderated a lecture on “Advanced Evidence for Family Lawyers” on October 19, 2013.

Kimberly Rennie is accredited as a divorce mediator in New Jersey by the Institute of Continuing Legal Education.