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While there are several factors that a court will consider when making a determination of whether to award alimony and the amount, one of the arguably most important is the income earned and the lifestyle of the parties enjoyed during the marriage. In the recent unpublished Appellate Division...
In reaction to the Supreme Court's decision in Mani v. Mani (which held that non-economic fault was not relevant to alimony except in "egregious circumstances") and the Appellate Division's decision in Calbi v. Calbi (which did not preclude alimony to a woman who beat and kicked her 14...
What seems to be a hot topic and one ripe for review for the Appellate Division is domestic violence and the entry of final restraining orders. I have posted several other blogs on this topic and yet again, the Appellate Division has issued an unpublished decision in the matter of F.R. v....
The American Psychological Association Issues New Guidelines for Child Custody Evaluations in Family Law Proceedings
Last week, I authored and released a Family Law Alert regarding the new Guidelines for Child Custody Evaluations in Family Law Proceedings issued by the American Psychological Association Issues. To view a PDF version of the alert, click here. The full text of the alert is as...
Apple Sulit-Peralejo, a partner in our Atlantic City office blogged earlier today regarding counsel fees and bad faith. Often counsel fee decisions come down to findings of bad faith and the case law certainly is replete with references to bad faith. However, when Court Rule 5:3-5(c)...