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"A Parent Cannot Be Viewed As A Wallet;" Divorce, College Expenses and N.J. Law

Over my lengthy career as a divorce attorney with my law firm here in my hometown of East Brunswick, New Jersey, I have had many clients state to me, "my parents made me pay my own way for my college education and today I am a better person for it." I then have a cumbersome ...

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Blog posts in February, 2017

  • Think Before You Post 2!

    We've all been there and as a divorce lawyer here in New Jersey, I see it all of the time. That moment when you are so enraged and annoyed at what ...

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  • After a New Jersey Divorce or Child Custody Dispute, Which Parent Makes Medical Decisions For The Children?

    A majority of New Jersey divorces (and custody disputes) result in the parents’ enjoying joint legal custody . Essentially, in a joint legal custody ...

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  • Will A Memorandum of Understanding Be Upheld Even If It Is Not Signed?

    After 20 years of being a lawyer here in New Jersey, I have often advised my client’s that if a divorce or child custody agreement is not signed by ...

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  • Will A Separation Agreement Be Valid In A New Jersey Family Court?

    In my experience as a New Jersey divorce attorney, probably not. The case below provides two of the primary reasons that the lawyers at our law firm ...

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  • Will I Lose My Alimony If My Ex Voluntarily Reduces Their Income?

    No absent a New Jersey Family Court ordering that the payor of alimony reaching retirement age consistent with our newly amended alimony law. The ...

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