Here in New Jersey, divorced parents are generally obligated to contribute to the college education expenses for their un-emancipated children.  In virtually every marital settlement agreement where there are un-emancipated
Continue Reading Alienating Your Kids from Their Other Parent May Cost Your Kids Big When it Comes to Child Support and College.

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

In a recent published (i.e. precedential) decision, C.R. v. M.T., the New Jersey Appellate Division elaborated upon the legal standard proving that a sexual encounter during which one party
Continue Reading Appellate Division Examines Proofs Required to Establish Mental Incapacity and Lack of Consent Under the Sexual Assault Survivor Protection Act (SASPA)