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October 2014 Archives

Divorcing? Consider collaborative divorce with a trained attorney.

Contrary to popular belief, not all marriages end in an acrimonious court case. For couples who are open to it, there are alternate methods of dispute resolution that will serve most of them well. One of those options is collaborative divorce, in which both parties give up the litigation option up front and spend their

Amended Whistleblower bill to expand NJ workers’ protections

Residents of New Jersey may be aware that our State has one of the strongest whistleblower laws in the nation. The Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA) protects New Jersey employees from retaliation when they report illegal acts that are committed by either coworkers or their employers, or refuse to engage in those acts. Under CEPA,

“Grey Divorce”: What Happens When Seniors Need to Separate?

Veronica came in to see me by herself. She appeared to be in her early 80’s. She looked anxious and confused and was disheveled in appearance. She wasn’t sure why she needed to see me, other than that her three (3) grown up daughters threatened not to stay in contact with her anymore unless she divorced

Prenups: Only for the rich? Think again.

Our blog readers may think that prenuptial agreements are only worth pursuing if the parties are wealthy. While a prenuptial agreement is often a good idea for individuals who fit a wealthy demographic, they can be highly beneficial to others as well. This is because prenuptial agreements do more than protect assets. For example, couples

New Jersey disability retaliation claim settles for $275K in mediation

In previous posts, we have discussed that New Jersey employers must not discriminate against employees based upon a physical or mental disability. The failure of an employer to make reasonable accommodations regarding an employee’s disability could amount to discriminatory behavior, depending upon all of the facts and circumstances.  We have also stated that employers must

What? Live together while we are getting a divorce?!

It happens all the time. Most divorcing couples don’t have the financial means for one of the parties to rent or buy another place while the divorce is pending. They feel forced to live together for the sake of finances. How do separating couples do it? Many clients report that the couple began sleeping in

Alimony in New Jersey: A New Statute is Born and the Law Has Changed!! – 

In a New Jersey divorce, financial matters often a big issue.  They may involve division and distribution of jointly acquired marital assets and debts, and often concern alimony support for one of the parties. While neither topic is “easy”, alimony can be a gripping discussion, especially if the marriage was contentious, the supporting spouse feels the requesting

“How can I possibly cooperate with my X2B?” The role of constructive problem solving in divorce

INTRODUCTION: A TALE OF TWO WOLVES This article is built upon my 33 years of experience in divorce litigation, mediation, arbitration, and, most recently, collaborative law. Let me begin with a Native American parable. A Cherokee grandson came to his Grandfather with feelings of deep anger at a friend who had done him an injustice.

Employers are required to provide a workplace free of sexual harassment.

People expect to be treated fairly and respectfully by their employers. One expectation, created by federal and New Jersey law, is that they will work in an environment that is free from sexual harassment. Unfortunately, not every workplace complies with these mandates. When an employee finds that he or she is a victim of sexual harassment, that individual

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