Recent Posts in the Divorce Category

  • Is Cash Really King When You Are Getting Divorced?
    For many divorcing couples, particularly those who own or have an interest in a closely held family business, cash very often reigns supreme. Often ...
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  • An expansion of New Jersey's Venue Requirements
    New Jersey’s rule governing venue in family court matters, R . 5:7-1, has, until recently been a much overlooked, pro forma , check of the proverbial ...
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    After a twenty-two-year marriage, Ellen and James decided to divorce. When the parties married, James had recently graduated from college and ...
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    In 2016, the New Jersey Supreme Court addressed the important issue of grandparent/sibling visitation in Major v. Maguire , 224 N.J. 1 (2016). In this ...
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  • No transcript? No problem!
    You want to dissolve your Final Restraining Order (hereinafter “FRO”). It’s been YEARS since it’s been entered. In fact, you even communicate with the ...
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  • How Can I Get the Most Out of My High-Dollar Divorce?
    Although most divorces are usually undesirable and stressful, high-dollar divorces can be an even worse experience. This is because high-dollar ...
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    In a recent unpublished decision, the Appellate Division addressed the issue of emancipation and how that relates, in part, to college expenses. In ...
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  • Henneberry v. Henneberry
    Paying permanent Alimony? Thinking about retiring? Hoping to terminate alimony as a result? If you said yes to all of the questions above, then you ...
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