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Tag Archives: Case Information Statement

SEEKING A SUPPORT MODIFICATION? FILE THAT CASE INFORMATION STATEMENT OR ELSE.

Posted in Modification

As we have blogged before, perhaps the most critical document in the New Jersey family law landscape is the Case Information Statement.  A document designed to provide the court, parties and legal counsel with a complete economic picture – income, expenses, assets and liabilities – the CIS, which is signed by the party under oath, can be used to address several… Continue Reading

FEARS OF A SUPPORTED SPOUSE – MAINTAINING THE “STATUS QUO” DURING A DIVORCE PROCEEDING

Posted in Alimony

Perhaps its the stress of family life during the holiday season, but many clients of late have claimed that the supporting spouse has stopped supporting the family as he did during the marriage.  The reasons are varied, but often of the same cloth – i.e., the payor spouse claims that he is now earning less money than before, the payor… Continue Reading

ALIMONY LESSONS -1) MAKE SURE YOUR CIS IS ACCURATE, AND 2) REHAB ALIMONY CAN BE TURNED INTO PERMANENT ALIMONY

Posted in Alimony

I tell virtually every client I work with that the Case Information Statement which must be completed by anyone going through the formal divorce process in NJ is one of the most important documents to be completed – arguably, the most important document. The recent unpublished decision of Raesky v. Brody, A-6148-08T1, decided May 26,… Continue Reading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