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December 2014 Archives

Police run child support roundup throughout New Jersey

Earlier this week, it was announced that New Jersey law enforcement agencies recently engaged in a major child support enforcement sweep. The effort took place Dec. 9 to 11 in every single county and a total of 869 parents were arrested. Many people may not realize that failing to pay child support can result in

“What should I expect when seeking a Domestic Violence restraining order?”

It is no secret that not all adult relationships are good ones. Domestically violent relationships fall into the “not good” category. The New Jersey Legislature has declared that domestic violence is a public ill, not only for its victims, but also for children of the relationship, especially if they are witnesses to the violence. The

“How Do I File for a NJ Divorce?”

Introduction In every initial consultation involving matrimonial practice (except when a prospective client comes in clutching the other party’s divorce complaint), the consulting party at some point asks us, “How exactly do I file for a divorce?” This blog post reveals the answers. . Initial Consultation In the initial consult, we ask you to explain

How Does “Grey Divorce” Affect Retirement Savings?

Just recently, our office completed two “Grey Divorces”. In one case, our client was approaching retirement age; in the other, our client had already retired. In addition to alimony and equitable distribution of real and personal property, our clients were concerned about the division of their retirement funds. In both cases, one spouse still worked

Firm assessed punitive damages in wrongful termination case

When it comes to wrongful termination cases multiple factors will be taken into account in the determination of whether the termination of a job is wrongful. Accordingly, when filed, these cases can take some time to resolve. Recently a case involving two brokers and Goldman Sachs Group Inc was resolved. The case was filed in

Application of state’s new alimony law raises questions

Readers of this blog may be aware that earlier this fall, NJ Governor Chris Christie signed an alimony reform bill into law. Though on its face the law may seem straightforward, issues of its application are apparent in a family law case pending before the New Jersey Supreme Court. Oral argument took place a few weeks ago.

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