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June 2015 Archives

Grandparents Don’t Always Know Best: New Jersey’s limits on grandparental rights.

Introduction While endless press has been devoted to divorce issues in the United States, the relationship between children and their grandparents is often an overlooked aspect of marital dissolution. Indeed, the bond formed between grandchildren and grandparents can be both a defining force in a young person’s life and an important source of light for

Employer must let employee know about right to FMLA leave

Since we have discussed the matter in previous posts, readers may be aware that in many situations employees are able to take a leave of absence from work to address medical issues that either they themselves are dealing with, or that close family members–such as a spouse–are working through. Under the Family Medical Leave Act,

From a Mediator’s Perspective: “What happens if my ex and I need post-divorce modification in NJ?”

Special Guest Blog Post by Rachel Alexander, Mediator [Attorney Misty Velasques at Hanan M. Isaacs, P.C., recently published a blog post called “My Spouse Just had me Served with a Divorce Complaint: Now What??” http://hananisaacs.com/blog/divorce/#sthash.HH2j7W7M.dpuf In this post, Guest Blogger Rachel Alexander, a New Jersey mediator and attorney, gives a mediator’s perspective on the same

Collaborative divorce could be the best option for you

When a couple that resides in the state of New Jersey decides to divorce there are many matters that need to be addressed, before they begin to consider the division of assets and matters involving children they need to first decide on the process they will use. While trial will be the only way to

Fired after medical leave of absence? Consider legal options

Many people are willing to provide care when a member of their family falls ill. In some situations this causes a caregiver to have to miss work. The federal Family and Medical Leave Act and the New Jersey Family Leave Act protect a worker against the loss of a job when this becomes necessary. Unfortunately not

Supreme Court rules on case involving discriminatory hiring

This spring, we wrote about the right of employees to be free from religious discrimination in the workplace. We focused on prohibited practices once someone has been hired, specifically that employers are obligated to give reasonable¬†accommodations based upon religion — accommodations that do not pose undue hardship upon the business or adversely affect the health,

“What happens to our family-based business in the divorce process?” Here’s what you need to know.

Introduction According to Investor’s Business Daily, husbands and wives jointly own and operate 3.7 million businesses here in the United States. With close to half of all marriages ending in divorce, those who own family-based businesses may justifiably ask: “What happens to our company after the business partners are no longer spouses?” Divorce creates major

More ‘No-Nup’ Cohabitation Agreements as NJ Couples Opt Out of Getting Married.

More ‘No-Nup’ Cohabitation Agreements as NJ Couples Opt Out of Getting Married. By Hanan Isaacs of Hanan M. Isaacs, P.C. posted in Cohabitation Agreements Between Unmarried Couples on Wednesday, May 27, 2015. Introduction New Jerseyans are choosing in ever-increasing numbers to live together while remaining unmarried,. As a result, the need for cohabitation agreements also

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