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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...
Divorce filings seem to be at an all-time high and, to no surprise, the trial courts are feeling the pressure. Documents filed with the court can get lost in the shuffle. Although motions should be addressed within 24 days from the initial filing date, it can take months until...
This being a family law blog, we talk about alimony a lot. One reason is that, because there are no guidelines, only factors to consider, alimony is one of the more difficult issues to resolve. How many years should it be for? When is it permanent? What does...
Did a Property Transfer Occur? Husband Could not Rely on the Property Settlement Agreement to Compel the Sale of the Marital Home Because the Deed Controlled.
An interesting issue was recently considered by the Court in the case of Muller v. Muller. Specifically, the Appellate Division examined whether a husband could compel the sale of the marital home when he had conveyed his interest by way of deed about ten years earlier, but the parties’...
In determining a payor spouse's gross income in analyzing an appropriate level of alimony or child support, one question that arises on occasion is whether to include so-called "mandatory" contributions to the total number. For instance, if the payor spouse is required by his...