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Should you Change Your Attorney Mid-Stream?

Posted in Divorce, Equitable Distribution, Other, Practice Issues, Privacy and Confidentiality

Yesterday, I met with a potential client who was considering changing attorneys in the middle of a divorce.  Although dissatisfied with the present counsel, the  potential client expressed concerns that the judge might have a negative opinion if there was a change mid-stream. The lawyer client relationship is tough in many aspects. You have a… Continue Reading

Tracking Finances: There’s a (New Jersey Divorce) App For That.

Posted in Alimony, Child Support, Civil Unions and Domestic Partnerships, Cohabitants' Rights, College, Counsel Fee Awards, Custody, Divorce, Equitable Distribution, Estate and Trust Issues, Interspousal Agreements, Mediation/Arbitration, Modification, Other, Practice Issues, Prenuptial Agreements, Privacy and Confidentiality, Property Settlement Agreements, Resources, Tax Exemption, Uncategorized

Oftentimes I hear from clients that gathering their financial information is the most daunting task they will face during the divorce process. They picture being buried in an avalanche of documents, account numbers and canceled checks. The New Jersey Divorce App’s Finance Tracker can help.  In fact, I have recommended it to my clients before,… Continue Reading

Appellate Division Finds that Putting GPS in Spouse’s Car was Not an Invasion of Privacy

Posted in Domestic Violence, Privacy and Confidentiality

As technology progresses, the use of it rears its head during divorce cases.  One such form of technology is the use of a GPS in a spouses vehicle.  In a reported (precedential) opinion decided on July 7, 2011, in the case of Villanova vs. Innovative Investigations, the Appellate Division affirmed a trial court’s granting of… Continue Reading

NEW COURT RULES TO HELP PREVENT IDENTITY THEFT

Posted in Divorce, Privacy and Confidentiality

So often we hear about how to prevent identity theft. Do not give out your social security number; do not give out bank account information, etc. But what do you do when you are going through a divorce, and the Court requires you to provide documents that contain your social security number and/or bank account information. The thought… Continue Reading

DIVORCE FOR THE WELL-TO-DO

Posted in Alimony, Divorce, Equitable Distribution, Estate and Trust Issues, Mediation/Arbitration, Prenuptial Agreements, Privacy and Confidentiality

As seen in Affluent Magazine. Divorce for those of substantial wealth relative to those of limited wealth is an oxymoron – aspects of divorce between the two classifications are both similar and yet quite different. In final analysis, it is a question of degree – that is, the number of zeros behind the dollar signs…. Continue Reading