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As a member of the firm’s Family Law Practice, Sandra’s practice involves all aspects of family law.
You work hard in high school, graduate top of your class in college, go on to graduate medical school, spend the longs hours and dedication needed to finish your residency, and finally after thousands of hours of studying, hundreds of tests and years of hard work - you are a doctor. You start...
Going through a divorce can be overwhelming – equitable distribution, visitation, alimony, child support, division of retirement accounts, where to live, re-entering the workforce. All of these are important, long-lasting decisions. But there is one thing that many people fail to...
Fox Rothschild's New Jersey Family Law Legal Blog welcomes Kelly Sutliff, MA, LPC, NCC, a licensed professional counselor with Kelly Sutliff, LPC, located in Madison, New Jersey, as a guest blogger. Having known Kelly for over ten (10) years and speaking at length with her about the trauma that...
April 17, 2012 is the 2011 tax filing deadline and it's quickly approaching. The Government does not care that you are going through potentially the most difficult time period in your life. Like the Godfather, the IRS wants its money. It does not want to hear excuses. It does not want to hear that...
It is common and often unfortunate that I meet with clients who decided, for whatever reason, that they would represent themselves during a divorce proceeding. There are cases where that decision may be perfectly acceptable. More often than not, the people I have met are coming to me...