We previously blogged about the Bisbing matter with respect to the precedent-setting decision that modified the standard for a custodial parent seeking to relocate with the minor children outside of
Continue Reading COUNSEL FEE AWARDS FOR CHILD-RELATED LITIGATION CAN BE QUALIFIED AS SUPPORT TO RESTRAIN THE OBLIGOR DISCHARGING THE OBLIGATION IN BANKRUPTCY – BISBING II

Six years, nine months and 7 days following the enactment of New Jersey’s amended alimony statute’s cohabitation provision on September 10, 2014 (N.J.S.A. 2A:32-23n) the New Jersey Appellate Division provided
Continue Reading Appellate Division Defines the Elements a Movant Must Present in Order to Demonstrate a Prima Facie Case of Cohabitation

While the issue of savings being a component of alimony has been around for decades, since the Lombardi case in 2016 (which we previously blogged about), the issue of
Continue Reading Can a Judge Add a Savings Component to Alimony and Apply it Retroactively to the Beginning of the Case? Does a Frugal Lifestyle Even Matter?

In a recent published (precedential) decision, Gormley v. Gormley, the Appellate Division cleared up confusion between two prior cases that dealt with the impact of a determination of disability
Continue Reading As if it Wasn’t Clear the First Time, The Appellate Division Rules On the Impact of a Social Security Administration Disability Determination on Support- Again