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Alimony, Remarriage, Cohabitation, and Retirement Under New Jersey’s Alimony Reform Act: What’s at Stake?

Introduction While divorce may effectively sever the bonds of matrimony in almost every respect, child support payments and alimony frequently linger as a long-lasting financial connection that binds ex-spouses for years to come. New Jersey’s Alimony Reform Act, passed in September of 2014, and signed into law, has caused many divorced parties to wonder how

“What if my ex-spouse and I seriously disagree post-divorce?” A mediator’s perspective.

Introduction Here in New Jersey, your divorce is finalized by a judge’s gold seal on your Final Judgment of Divorce. After that point, the settlement plans include paying and receiving alimony/child support, distribution of property, as well as your parenting time arrangements. Sometimes, agreements need to be adjusted to meet the real world. Remember, disagreements

Thinking about a lawsuit? Been sued? You may want to consider mediation.

Most people believe that financial disputes need to be resolved in court. While there are of course situations where a trial is the best approach, this is not always the case. Mediation may be (and often is) a better fit. Our law firm has been active and involved in developing the field of mediation in

Client to Lawyer: “Can I get divorced yesterday?”

Almost every new divorce client wants to know: “How long will this process take? If not by yesterday, then can we be divorced by next month?” From experience, my answer is always the lawyerly one: “It depends.” In New Jersey, parties may resolve the underlying issues child-related and financial issues in various ways, but only a Family Court Judge has

NLRB says that some arbitration agreements are outdated

Workers in Mercer County, New Jersey may want to pay attention: A new ruling by the National Labor Relations Board is now requiring all businesses to allow employees to bring collective claims in court or in arbitration, whichever way the employer chooses to provide. For those that signed away their rights to in-court disputes when

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