Recent Posts in 2017

    In a recent unpublished decision, the Appellate Division addressed the issue of emancipation and how that relates, in part, to college expenses. In ...
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  • Henneberry v. Henneberry
    Paying permanent Alimony? Thinking about retiring? Hoping to terminate alimony as a result? If you said yes to all of the questions above, then you ...
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  • Relocation in the wake of Bisbing
    Calendar year 2017 brought with it one of the most marked changes in recent history by way of New Jersey’s Supreme Court decision Bisbing v. Bisbing , ...
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  • Child Support Modifiable in New Jersey
    The Courts in New Jersey have made it very clear that issues concerning child support are always reviewable and that child support can be modified ...
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  • Securing retirement on PFRS pensions
    It relatively common knowledge that policemen and firefighters have what can often times prove to be lucrative pensions. In fact, one of the many ...
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  • RULE 1:6-6
    When dealing with any family law issue, there comes a time when somebody else’s statement or a document not written by a party becomes an issue. These ...
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    As has been seen on television and in movies, one’s ability to “plead the fifth” is a well-known right stemming from the United States Constitution. ...
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  • Service of process via Social Media
    As a result of a new published decision, K.A. and K.I.A. v. J.L. , a court found that service by Facebook would be sufficient to confer personal ...
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