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May The Marital Home Be Sold During My New Jersey Divorce?
May The Marital Home Be Sold During My New Jersey Divorce?

Over the past twenty years of being a practicing divorce lawyer, I have seen many changes in the law. An excellent example is the issue of whether an asset of the marriage (such as the marital home) may be court ordered to be sold while the divorce is has still not been ...

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Blog posts in April, 2015

  • Mediation in Contested Divorce Cases in East Brunswick

    There is a Latin term called parens parentis, which essentially mandates that a judge, at all times, must focus on the best interest of the child, no ...

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  • May The Family Court In New Jersey Have A Child Custody Hearing Without Giving Me Notice?

    No, provided it is not a true emergency. It is essential that you or your lawyer, pursuant with New Jersey’s Rules of Court receive notice of any ...

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  • May Statements Made To My Psychiatrist Be Disclosed In A N.J. Child Custody Case?

    Yes if the statements, which would usually be confidential, would allow the lawyers and the judge in the case to best protect the child’s welfare. In ...

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  • May One Attorney Represent Both Parties In A New Jersey Divorce Action?

    You and your spouse decide you want a divorce. You each seek out a New Jersey divorce attorney without sharing with each other your selection. ...

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  • May My Property Settlement Agreement Be Changed If I Can Prove Fraud?

    Yes. If a lawyer is successful in proving fraud during the divorce, then a judge may vacate the Property Settlement Agreement. Throughout my career as ...

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  • May My Final Restraining Order Trial Be Recorded On Camera In New Jersey?

    Every day technology advances and changes the world we live in. Even the law is adapting to keep up with the new digital world, and the lawyers at my ...

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