Robert A. Epstein, an associate in our Family Law Group resident in the Roseland, New Jersey office, authored the article, Imputing Income to a Non-Working Spouse During the Pendente Lite Period: A Violation of the Status Quo or a Practical Step Toward the Reasonably Comparable Lifestyle?, for the November 2012 edition of The New Jersey Family Lawyer. The article highlights the fact that the outcome of pendente lite support determinations in divorce proceedings can have a long-lasting impact on the court’s view of the case, the tenor of an ongoing matter, and the prospects of settlement.
Additionally, Lauren E. Koster, an associate in our Family Law Group resident in the Princeton, New Jersey office, co-authored the article,Navigating a Partnership K-1: The Untold Line Items and What They Really Mean, also for the November 2012 edition of The New Jersey Family Lawyer. Koster, and her co-author, Leonard M. Friedman, CPA/ABV CBA, Partner at Rosenberg Rich Baker Berman & Company in Somerset, New Jersey, argue that while a K-1 provides valuable insight about a particular business and how much a person may, in fact, be truly earning, it should also be noted that navigating your way through a K-1 can be a daunting task for those family law practitioners who are not familiar with the document.
Eric Solotoff is the editor of the New Jersey Family Legal Blog and the Co-Chair of the Family Law Practice Group of Fox Rothschild LLP. Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Lawyer and a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Attorneys, Eric practices in Fox Rothschild’s Roseland, New Jersey office though he practices throughout New Jersey. You can reach Eric at (973)994-7501, or email@example.com.