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Impact Of Exempt Assets On Child Support

I often get asked questions from clients regarding the impact of their exempt assets upon their child support obligations.  The three most common scenarios that assets are classified as exempt from...

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Does Cohabitation Automatically Terminate Alimony In New Jersey?

I cannot count the number of times that a client has sat in my office and told me that their ex-spouse is currently living with a member of the opposite sex and this fact alone should terminate their...

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Consider All Issues Prior To Filing A Family Law Motion

There is an old adage to "Look Before You Leap." This sound advice should deeply resonate with individuals that are contemplating the filing of a motion in Family Court.   I have seen too many simple...

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New Jersey Child Relocation Overview

One of the most challenging issues that we face as family law attorneys develops when a parent wishes to physically relocate a child outside of the State of New Jersey.  This desire often becomes a...

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High Net Worth Divorce Issues

When parties have significant net worth and income, there are usually a multitude of specific challenges that present themselves in divorce litigation.   One issue that frequently arises in high net...

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The Division of a 401(k) Plan Through Equitable Distribution

Aside from the marital residence, I find that my clients’ 401(k) plans are the second largest asset to divide through equitable distribution.  With pension plans becoming all but extinct, individuals...

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What Typically Qualifies As A College Contribution Expense?

It is that special time of year, caps and gowns are being handed out and high school graduations are just around the corner. While I remember this exciting time in my life with fond memories, as a...

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The Benefits of “In-Kind” Distributions for Investment Accounts

In negotiating matrimonial settlements, I often find it useful to explore the possibility of an "in-kind" distribution of an investment account that is subject to equitable distribution.   An "in-kind"...

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Tax Issues in Divorce: Real Estate Itemization Credits

With the April 15th tax filing deadline quickly approaching, I am beginning to see an increase of the tax-related issues arise in my client’s cases.  The right of either of the parties to claim...

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Divorce Mediation: Utilizing Attorney Resources during the Divorce Process

With Court backlogs and increasing costs of litigation, many individuals are utilizing the mediation process to resolve their divorce issues. As an attorney that has been trained in alternative dispute...

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