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New Jersey Alimony Reform Moves Forward!
New Jersey Alimony Reform Moves Forward!

Late last week, myself and all other New Jersey divorce attorneys got the word; after two and a half years, the New Jersey Alimony Reform movement has succeeded in obtaining a unanimous victory in the New Jersey State Assembly. More work lies ahead before these sweeping ...

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Blog posts in June, 2014

  • May A Man Obtain A Restraining Order Against A Woman In New Jersey?

    Yes. While it is common for a man to feel to be at a disadvantage (even with an experienced lawyer representing him) as an experienced restraining ...

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  • May A Judge Prevent Me From Having My Child's Passport?

    Yes. In certain child custody cases here in New Jersey, the attorneys at our law firm embrace that any judge of a New Jersey Family Court shall always ...

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  • Under New Jersey Divorce Law, When Are Adult yet Unemancipated Child Responsible for Their Own Behavior Towards Their Parents?

    It is hard to forget the New Jersey high school student who sued her parents for child support and tuition for her private schooling. In my nearly 20 ...

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  • What Can I do if I Disagree with a New Jersey Divorce Court Order?

    After nearly 20 years as a New Jersey divorce attorney , I can assure everyone that “motion practice” is an essential aspect of a New Jersey divorce . ...

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  • May a Judge Order Me To Pay Attorney's Fees For My "Ex" If I Am Found To Be In "Bad Faith?"

    Yes. As a New Jersey divorce lawyer , I have had many clients return to deal with issues that arose after their divorce was finalized. However, myself ...

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  • May A Jewish Father Bar His Daughter's Attendance At A Catholic High School?

    Over the years as a divorce and child custody attorney, I have often explained to folks that a vast majority of cases result in “ Joint Legal Custody ...

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