Morris County Divorce Attorneys

Demonstrating yet again that cohabitation cases are almost always a creature of their specific facts and circumstances, the Appellate Division in the recently unpublished, Salvatore v. Salvatore, reversed a
Continue Reading Appellate Division Reverses Trial Court’s Denial of Payor’s Motion to Terminate Alimony in Unique Cohabitation Scenario

What rights do people have to an equitable distribution of assets stemming from a period prior to the marriage itself?  If there is no right to equitable distribution under those
Continue Reading Supreme Court of New Jersey Addresses Equitable Claims and Remedies (while reinforcing a potential palimony loophole through the proverbial “black hole”)

“Justice delayed is justice denied.”  I am sure that many have heard this old legal maxim.  Though the original source is unclear, what is not unclear is that it essentially
Continue Reading Justice Delayed is Justice Denied – How the Systemic Delay in Having Matters Adjudicated Causes Litigant’s to Lack Confidence in the Judicial System and Makes Cases Harder to Resolve