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Eric Solotoff is an attorney with Fox Rothschild LLP, who has received numerous accolades from publications that view him as an industry leader within family law circles.
Areas of Expertise
While it doesn't happen in every case, from time to time there is a request made by a client or opposing counsel to tape the meeting between the opposing expert. This happens more frequently in contested custody cases, but it could happen as to any expert, I suppose. The general rule...
Parties often like - well no one really likes to pay alimony - to use alimony as a vehicle to settle issues in a case because usually, alimony is deductible to the payor and includible in the income of the recipient. Because of differences in tax brackets, proper structuring of alimony can...
Same sex marriage remains a hot news item these days with the passage into law of the right to marry, most recently in Washington and in other states. Within the past week or so, the New Jersey lawmakers passed a bill permitting same sex marriage, only for it to be swiftly vetoed, as...
Melissa Brown, an attorney in Charleston, South Carolina, is a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and one of the preeminent family lawyers in South Carolina. I had the occasion, last week, to read her excellent article on her blog entitled "How to...
Having just experienced several months of "interesting", to say the least, negotiations on several matters, it got me thinking about creating a list of things to do if you really don't want to settle your case. Hey, every body is entitled to their day in court if they want it. So...