Category: Firm News

Stephanie Frangos Hagan, Esq. installed as the President of the Morris County Bar Association

Stephanie Frangos Hagan was installed as the President of the Morris County Bar Association on January 17th 2019.  Stephanie was installed as the 120th President of the bar association but only the 10th female President. 

Debra S. Weisberg, Esq. Appointed as co-Chair of the Morris County Bar Association Family Law Committee

Debra S. Weisberg was appointed as the co-Chair of the Morris County Bar Association Family Law Committee.  This is a position she previously held in the past and was honored to be re-appointed in this role.

Sandra Speaks at Legalpalooza

New Jersey State Bar Association Announces Election of Stephanie F. Hagan, Esq.

The New Jersey State Bar Association’s (NJSBA) General Council members have elected Stephanie F. Hagan for a two-year term on the organization’s Nominating Committee.

Sandra Starr Uretsky, Esq. Speaks at Morris County Bar Association Legalpalooza Regarding Addiction Issues in Family Law Litigation

On October 17, 2018, DHKW attorney Sandra Starr Uretsky, Esq. spoke on a panel including other distinguished family law attorneys and a Morris County family judge on the impact of alcohol and drug addictions in family law cases.

Parenting Time Schedules and Overnights with Infants

Over half the children who experience divorce are under the age of six and of those, three-quarters of them are younger than three years of age.

Termination of Obligation to Pay Child Support

The statute which directly impacts when and how child support Orders terminate applies to all child support Orders issued prior to and after its effective dat


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