New Year’s Resolution: The Divorce

It has been noted that the number of new clients spikes a few times of the year, but most significantly right after the new year. If one types “New Years Resolution Divorce” into Google, over 540,000 results will accumulate in about .29 seconds. While not all of the search results were on point, many are extremely interesting.  Continue reading

‘Tis the Season: Divorce and the Holidays

The holidays are usually a time for joyfully celebrating with family and friends, but when you are in the middle of a divorce, celebrating is probably one of the last things on your mind. With Thanksgiving coming up this week, we’d like to take the time to address the topic of divorce during the holidays. A difficult time for many people, there are still plenty of ways for you to enjoy the holidays – you just need to remember that divorce isn’t the end; it is a new beginning. Continue reading

Workers’ Compensation & Family Law: The Connection

It would seem that there wouldn’t be much of a connection between a workers’ compensation claim and proceedings in family court. Unfortunately, though, the two are far too often tied together. When a primary breadwinner is injured at work, it can have a dramatic impact on his or her family, whether or not there is discord or divorce. Here are the most common family law issues that arise in workers’ compensation proceedings. Continue reading

Sign Here, Initial Here: Ambiguous Contracts

Have you ever read a confusing contract and scratched your head? Whether it is a lease, operating agreement, or other contract, it is imperative to understand what you want. It is also important to negotiate and draft agreements quickly to avoid losing opportunities. Failure to clearly say what you mean can result in unexpected costs, disputes and lawsuits.

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Divorcing from Your Spouse’s Student Loan Debt

What responsibility do I have when it comes to my husband’s / wife’s student loan debt?
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New Jersey Emancipation Statute

New Jersey Emancipation Statute

Signed by Governor Chris Christie.On Tuesday, January 19th, Governor Christie took a break from his busy presidential campaign to sign several new pieces of pending legislation, one of which was New Jersey’s pending emancipation statute that dramatically impacts upon child support and when/how it terminates.  The new law, which takes effect on the first day of the 13th month after its enactment – February 1, 2017 – is applicable to all child support orders issued prior to, or, or after its effective date.
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