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Surely I can get my alimony reduced after a 17 month job search resulting in a job with a 22% reduction in income?

Posted in Alimony, Modification

With the economic downturn and slow down in the economy since 2008, there has been a lot more post-judgment litigation to reduce alimony and child support. Much of this litigation has been legitimate; other has been brought by opportunists, throwing around buzzwords and crying about the economy when there is really no substantial change of… Continue Reading

ONE APPROACH TO LEGAL REPRESENTATION OF A DEFENDANT IN A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE MATTER

Posted in Domestic Violence

Lately, it seems as if everywhere I turn I am representing a party in a domestic violence matter, whether in relation to or separate from an ongoing divorce matter.  With these recent experiences fresh in my mind, I thought I would take the time to blog about the lawyer’s role in representing a defendant in such matters.  While it… Continue Reading

GETTING A “GET” – JEWISH DIVORCE IS NO SIMPLE MATTER

Posted in Divorce

Abdelhak v. The Jewish Press, Inc., et. al., a recently reported (precedential) decision from the Appellate Division, raises the always interesting issue of Jewish divorce.  While the divorce itself was not the main issue in the case, which I briefly discuss below, the case provides a relevant opportunity to discuss Jewish divorces in general and how they have… Continue Reading