This is the first published decision by a court clarifying the New Jersey Legislature’s amendments to the alimony
statute addressing the modification of alimony when an obligor retires.
As painful as divorce is emotionally, the financial aspects can be just as traumatic as the parties face uncertainty regarding their economic situation. Alimony or spousal support is hotly contested in many divorces especially since judges have substantial discretion...read more
Parents are often understandably afraid of losing custody or control over their children’s lives. The emotional and financial implications of divorce on children means child support and custody discussions are particularly stressful and difficult. There is also added...read more
It may be tempting to think about representing yourself during your divorce. Maybe you’re in the business field or own your own company and think that you know how to negotiate. You may believe you can spot a “good deal” when you see it and that you will be able to...read more
Francis W. Donahue, Esq. moderated a seminar at the June meeting of the Barry Croland Family Law Inns of Court entitled, "Financial Analysis - Tax Returns, Valuation & Lifestyle Reports." The panel, consisting of the Honorable Bonnie J. Mizdol, A.J.S.C., Henry...read more
Alex Miller, Esq. was a featured speaker at the 2016 New Jersey State Bar Association Annual Meeting, Family Law Section, on the topic of "DIY Parentage." She lectured on the issue of the appointment of guardian ad litems in contested parentage cases with more than...read more
Debra S. Weisberg, Esq. Spoke at 2016 New Jersey State Bar Association Annual Meeting, Family Law Section
Debra S. Weisberg, Esq. was a featured speaker at the 2016 New Jersey State Bar Association Annual Meeting, Family Law Section, on the topic of "The New Alimony Statute." She lectured on the issue of retirement under the Amended Alimony Statute.read more
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