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When You Sue Your Parents To Pay For College, You May Be Emancipated
Maura and Michael Ricci divorced when their daughter, Caitlyn, was four (4) years old.
United States
14 Feb 2017
2
Supreme Court Of New Jersey Addresses Equitable Claims And Remedies (While Reinforcing A Potential Palimony Loophole Through The Proverbial "Black Hole")
What rights do people have to an equitable distribution of assets stemming from a period prior to the marriage itself?
United States
10 Feb 2017
3
Projecting Returns When Crafting A Divorce Settlement
Ours is an age where hyperbole has not only become accepted, it is almost universally embraced as a part of American culture, and among the chief advocates of hype is the financial service sector of our economy.
United States
10 Feb 2017
4
Take Me Out To The Ball Game, Take Me Out To The Crowd…Unless The Crowd Consists Of A Parent Chastising A Coach Over A Little League Baseball Game
Growing up, my siblings and I all played sports. My brother and I were basketball players and my sister was, in no uncertain terms, a track star.
United States
3 Feb 2017
5
A Public Service Announcement About Retaining Your Divorce Lawyer
As a matrimonial litigant, you never want to feel that your lawyer does not know how best to take you through the divorce or post-divorce process.
United States
2 Feb 2017
6
January Is Called ‘Divorce Month': Resolutions, Fresh Starts And Had Enoughs
Eric S. Solotoff authored the NJBIZ article. "January Is called 'Divorce Month': Resolutions, Fresh Starts and Had Enoughs."
United States
30 Jan 2017
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Major v. Maguire: The Supreme Court Elucidates Case Management Procedures for Grandparent Visitation Matters
Although the New Jersey Supreme Court previously addressed the legal standard that grandparents seeking visitation with their grandchild(ren) must establish to prevail in their claims, there has been much confusion over the procedures to be followed beyond the pleading stages of such a case.
United States
14 Jan 2017
8
Vermont Civil Union Can Be Dissolved in Pennsylvania
Reacting to the ruling, Pennsylvania attorney Aaron D. Weems, a partner at Fox Rothschild LLP, said that the superior court's decision "offers clarity in the law and opens up the commonwealth's family courts to Pennsylvania citizens who entered into out-of-state civil unions."
United States
14 Jan 2017
9
The UTMA Quagmire
It was the Uniform Gift to Minors Act. Then it became the Uniform Transfer to Minors Act. The goal was the same. To permit parents to set aside money for their children...
United States
11 Jan 2017
10
Don't Be A Jerk – And Don't Ask Me To Be One For You.
Your dissolution/custody/post-judgment matter has enough difficult substantive issues involved without having to deal with unreasonableness for the sake of making things difficult.
United States
9 Jan 2017
11
Where Stated Goal Is Marriage, Adoption May Be Revoked
The opinion was published on December 21, 2016.
United States
5 Jan 2017
12
Look Under The Tree And There's A Family Law Case Involving Evidence
Not terribly exciting but evidence rulings are hard to find and ones where a family law ruling is reversed based on evidence used by the trial judge are especially rare.
United States
4 Jan 2017
13
Supreme Court Agrees Obligor Should Not Benefit From A Refusal To Pay Alimony
The appeal in the case of Jones v. Jones focuses on alimony and the question of whether certain expenses are reasonable.
United States
29 Dec 2016
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Family Court Announces Amendments To Civil Procedure Rules 5, 72, and 302
The new law increased the allowable payment to 20% of the current support, or at least $20, if a person has not made a payment within one calendar month.
United States
15 Dec 2016
15
`Tis The Season?
They did so in order to minimize the disruption on their children, who justifiably saw the holidays as one of joy and family unity.
United States
15 Dec 2016
16
You Destroyed Our Marriage—So I'm Destroying Your Memories; Consequences For Destroying Or Disposing Of Personal Photographs And Videos Accumulated During Marriage
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and in the recently unpublished (not precedential) case of C.S. v. B. S., Judge Jones determined that 25-years' worth of family pictures destroyed by a scorned ex-wife are also worth $5,000.00.
United States
14 Dec 2016
17
Viewpoint: Seasonal Peak In Divorce Actions Tied To Holidays
The holiday season often brings families together to celebrate the past year. It is often a time of joy. However, for some couples, the holidays can also serve as a reminder that a serious change is needed.
United States
13 Dec 2016
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Considerations When Determining A Midweek Overnight Parenting Time Schedule
The facts of this case are simple. The parents have two children, ages 8 and 10. As part of their divorce agreement, one parent was the primary residential custodial parent with the other parent having reasonable and liberal parenting time, to include every Thursday evening overnight into Friday mornings.
United States
10 Dec 2016
19
Can There Be Too Much Child Support?
We have seen this before. Branch v. Jackson involved a major league baseball player.
United States
8 Dec 2016
20
Alimony Obligors May Find Relief For Decreased Income Under New Statute
It's a story as old as time in the New Jersey courts.
United States
8 Dec 2016
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