On January 26-27, 2018, various attorneys from DHKW spoke on family law topics at the annual 2018 NJSBA Family Law Symposium.  The Symposium is a two-day event with over (500) attendees, including hundreds of family law attorneys, judges, paralegals and other related professionals, which goes “beyond the basics” of family law and discusses the more intricate issues of matrimonial law.  DHKW regularly participates in this event each year, but was even more involved in 2018 as Stephanie Frangos Hagan, Esq. organized the panels for the two-day event and moderated the dais on January 27, 2018 as the Chair of the Section.

Debra S. Weisberg, Esq. spoke on a distinguished panel titled “Demystifying Child Support – Not All Child Support Cases Are Alike” which discussed emancipation, child support and special needs trusts.  In addition, Ms. Weisberg authored an article with Sandra Starr Uretsky, Esq. for the Family Law Symposium titled “Termination of Obligation to Pay Child Support.”  A copy of the article can be found here.

Stephanie Frangos Hagan, Esq. lectured on the Friday night panel titled “Shades of Gray: Seniors and Divorce” where she the panel discussed issues specific to elder clients going through divorce litigation.


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