Attorney Spotlight – Phyllis S. Klein

Alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”) refers to any method of resolving disputes without litigation. As a founding member of HKW law, Phyllis concentrates her practice on resolving matters for clients outside of the courtroom. She is a New Jersey Court approved...

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Attorney Spotlight – Stephanie Frangos Hagan

Having practiced Family Law exclusively for more than 35 years, Stephanie Frangos Hagan is skilled at handling highly complex financial matters involving high income wage earners as well as the valuing of complex business interests. Stephanie regularly handles...

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Silent but Potentially Deadly End to the Marriage

Over the past year, the term “Quiet Quitting” has gained significant popularity. This phenomenon is generally characterized as a dissatisfied employee engaging in the bare minimum level of work while actively seeking alternative employment.  It should come as no...

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The “Gray” Areas Surrounding Divorce for Older Couples

Going through a divorce is emotionally stressful, but this is especially true for older adults. Meanwhile, divorce has become more commonplace for individuals in this age range.   To put it into perspective, divorce rates for couples over the age of 65 have more than...

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