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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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  • GAC v. GAC
    One issue that usually becomes an issue as children get older is the issue of college contribution. This issue will affect those who are in the ...
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  • Changes to New Jersey Court Rule Addressing the Termination of Child Support Obligation
    As of September 1, 2017, major changes were made to R . 5:6-9, which addresses the termination of child support unless certain proofs are provided by ...
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    If an issue arises in a person’s household and an act of domestic violence has occurred, the police should immediately be called. An act of domestic ...
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  • Malek v. Malek addresses practical constraints of maintaining the status quo pendent lite.
    In an illustrative, though unpublished case, Judge L.R. Jones, (ret) addressed head on the unspoken truth about maintaining the marital “status quo” ...
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  • T.L.H. v. M.H.
    This unpublished decision reinforces a lesson all matrimonial attorneys know but still sometimes fail to abide by: Draft your marital settlement ...
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