While not my usual blogging fare, a recent case dealing with a discrete issue of Jewish law arising in the context of a dog bite case caught my eye becauseContinue Reading From Dog Bites to Divorce: Differing Interpretations of Jewish Law Cannot Defeat a Motion for Summary Judgment
New Jersey is among the minority of states requiring divorced parents to pay for college tuition on behalf of their children. While there are many criticisms of this particular law…Continue Reading Payment for Gap Year in Israel: How to Draft Marital Settlement Agreements to Ensure it is Paid
While many attorneys and clients are aware of basic financial issues that must be in almost every divorce agreement – alimony, child support, equitable distribution – there are certain financial…Continue Reading Payment of Yeshiva Tuition Following Divorce: An In-Depth Look
The Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division answered this question on April 11, 2022 in Christine Ann Devers v. Jeffrey Eric Devers. The parties were divorced in May…
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In a new, published (precedential) decision, J.G. v. J.H., Judge Koblitz, of the Appellate Division confirmed and explicitly held what we all should have known before: No matter what…
Continue Reading New Published (Precedential) New Jersey Appellate Division Decision Confirms that all Custody and Parenting Time Decisions Are Created Equal