Header graphic for print
NJ Family Legal Blog Pertinent Information As It Relates To New Jersey Family Laws

Tag Archives: Prenup

Rogers v. Gordon – The Next Chapter – This Time Counsel Fees

Posted in Alimony, Prenuptial Agreements

We previously blogged on the Appellate Division’s notable decision in Rogers v. Gordon, which addressed the legal standard applicable to prenuptial agreements signed prior to New Jersey’s enactment of the Uniform Premarital Agreement statute.  There, the Appellate Division reversed a trial court Order to the extent that it set aside the entire prenup, since, as to… Continue Reading

ON TIGER, “INDISCRETIONS”, “INFIDELITIES” AND SO ON – ALL OF THE GOSSIP GIVES RISE TO A GREAT LAW SCHOOL EXAM QUESTION

Posted in Alimony, Custody, Divorce, Practice Issues

I have blogged several times about the celebrity divorces that have been in the news, from John & Kate, to Christie Brinkley, to Stephanie Seymour, to Jim Nantz, to the McCourts who own the LA Dodgers and others. Every day for the last few weeks, Tiger Woods has been front page news regarding what he first called "indiscretions"… Continue Reading