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Divorce from Bed and Board - The Implications

Feb 25, 2016 @ 01:09 PM — by Michael Green

Divorce from Bed and Board - The Implications.  When the parties are seeking a divorce and one of the parties needs to continue on the other party's health insurance, in some instances, the parties may obtain in New Jersey a divorce from bed and board, which is not an absolute divorce.  A divorce from bed and board allows with some health insurance a party to remain on the health insurance of the other party so long as the parties do not have an absolute divorce.  Both parties must consent for a divorce from bed and board and whenever one party no longer consents, the divorce may be converted to an absolute divorce.  If your divorce has issues regarding health insurance, or if your divorce needs to be converted to an absolute divorce, contact our office at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free consultation regarding your divorce.  We have an East Brunswick divorce attorney and East Brunswick divorce lawyer or Fort Lee Divorce Attorney or Fort Lee Divorce lawyer to assist you.  Night and weekend appointments are available.

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