New Jersey Family Lawyers

Recently, the New Jersey Supreme Court provided some important clarification with regard to the issue of firearm forfeiture in the wake of an arrest and firearm seizure pursuant to the New Jersey Prevention of Domestic Violence Act (NJPDVA), N.J.S.A. 2C:25-17 to 35.  In In the Matter of the Application of New Jersey for the Forfeiture

Following up on our recent blog post addressing how marital fault is not of particular relevance in New Jersey divorce litigation, a front page news story in the August 3, 2008 Long Island edition of Newsday entitled Lawmakers are Split on Divorce focused on New York as the only state without a no-fault divorce option.

Just recently a judge in New Zealand declared a 9-year-old girl a ward of the court so that he could change her name during her parents’ custody battle.  The Judge stated that by naming their child “Tulula does the Hula from Hawaii” the parents “made [sic] a fool of the child and set [sic] her