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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 The recent unpublished decision of Raesky v. Brody, A-6148-08T1, decided May 26,… Continue Reading

THE SUPER BOWL AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE?

Posted in Domestic Violence

Every year at about this time, you hear a supposed "fact" that Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest day of the year for domestic violence.  I even saw something on this this week on either Twitter or some news service.  I figured that I was use this blog to pass along a public service announcement about this scourge to… Continue Reading

I DON’T HAVE TO PAY FOR MY KID’S GRADUATE SCHOOL, DO I?

Posted in Child Support, Practice Issues

New Jersey is one of the few states in the country that still requires divorced parents to pay for their children’s higher educations.  The term "divorced parents" is highlighted because married parents do not have the same obligation to pay for their children’s college education if they choose not to do so.  This distinction has… Continue Reading