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Apple focuses her practice in matrimonial/family law litigation. Apple has been a seminar speaker for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, and has appeared on the television show “Legalines.”
One of the most difficult concepts related to custody and parenting time issues is the “change in circumstances” concept when a modification of custody or parenting time is being sought. We have blogged many times on the legal analysis the Court must complete in determining a...
Now that you have made the determination that you want to proceed with a divorce, you wonder what is/are the next steps. The following is a summary of the Procedural Steps in a Divorce Litigation and a summary of substantive issues that may be addressed in the divorce...
New Jersey has upheld the long standing principle that permanent alimony awards are subject to review, modification and possibly termination based upon changed circumstances. (Lepis v. Lepis, 83 N.J. 139 (1980). However, it is not enough to paint a bleak picture of a payor's...
I have found that the most difficult harassment cases to prove under New Jersey’s Prevention of Domestic Violence Act are the cases in which there is no direct communication between the alleged victim and the alleged aggressor. However, it is not impossible for the victim to prevail and...
On February 3, 2009, my colleague, Katherine R. Sookhoo, an associate in or Philadelphia office, wrote a very interesting article on cohabitation in our Pennsylvania Family Blog entitled For Love or Money. I found the blog interesting for two reasons. ...