By: Thomas A. Grossi, Esq. In a recent unpublished decision, A.I.H (Plaintiff-Respondent) v. Z.O.F. (Defendant-Appellant), the Appellate Division affirmed the Trial court’s finding of harassment based on “the court’s unequivocal rejection of defendant’s purported reason for continuously contacting plaintiff.” The parties were unmarried parents of a young son, and at the time of the underlying … More Trial Judge’s Failure to use magic words, “purpose to harass,” Not Reversible Error for Finding of Harassment Under the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act
By: Sylwia M. L’Esperance, Paralegal Divorce does not have to spark negative thoughts and awaken a desire to start a war between spouses. Although tension and disagreements are most likely to occur down the road as the divorce process tends to be arduous and often thorny, there are avenues that attorneys may utilize to help … More The Benefits of a “Four Way” Settlement Conference
It is often said that there are five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Litigants involved in a divorce often find themselves coping with a rollercoaster of emotions as they progress from each stage to the next, with occasional regression along the way. Throughout it all, litigants turn to their matrimonial attorneys to … More Why Hire An Experienced Matrimonial Attorney?
Mediation is a process whereby the parties appear, either with their counsel or alone, with a third-party who helps facilitate a resolution to the parties issues and/or case. A Mediator is a non-biased individual who is either chosen by the parties or the parties are ordered to appear before such individual as a result of … More Mediation, What Happens After the Process?
The decision today by the Supreme Court in Bisbing v. Bisbing changes the standard for relocation from the standards set in the Baures’ case. What this means is that a parent seeking to relocate with their children following a divorce must show “cause” for the relocation and that means a showing that the relocation is … More Today Relocation Standard For Children Has Changed in New Jersey, Says New Jersey Supreme Court
by: Albertina Webb, Esq. Well, other than being legally married to someone, in order to file for a divorce you must have what are called “grounds” for divorce. You only need one, but can have more than one. Grounds are the legal basis in order for one to file and be granted a divorce in … More WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO GET DIVORCED IN NEW JERSEY?
Effective February 1, 2017, new child support guidelines and rules went into effect throughout the State of New Jersey. A notice has been provided by the Judiciary: http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/notices/2017/n170208k.pdf for ease of understanding. There are many nuances to this new statute. Contact one of our attorneys to discuss how the changes impact you and your family. … More New Child Support Rule In Effect