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Tag Archives: marital residence

New York Focus – The Exclusive Use and Occupancy of the Marital Residence, Pendente Lite

Posted in Custody, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Equitable Distribution

While our blog has focused exclusively on New Jersey family law since its inception almost 8 years ago (yes, it has been that long), we also focus our practice on New York family law.  We do not (yet) have a Fox New York-specific family law blog, so this blog will serve as a testing ground and… Continue Reading

Did a Property Transfer Occur? Husband Could not Rely on the Property Settlement Agreement to Compel the Sale of the Marital Home Because the Deed Controlled.

Posted in Counsel Fee Awards, Divorce, Equitable Distribution, Interspousal Agreements, Modification, Practice Issues, Property Settlement Agreements

An interesting issue was recently considered by the Court in the case of Muller v. Muller. Specifically, the Appellate Division examined whether a husband could compel the sale of the marital home when he had conveyed his interest by way of deed about ten years earlier, but the parties’ Property Settlement Agreement (“PSA”) had provided… Continue Reading