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Ashley Madison Data Breach

Adulterers across the globe are growing frantic with the news of the recent data breach of the married dating website “Ashley Madison”. This breach may potentially expose partners who thought they were pursuing affairs under...more

Bloggers Beware! The Admissibility of Blog Entries As Admissions Against Interest

In this day in age, you really can find anything on the Internet. That is the good news and the bad news for attorneys and clients alike. With the popularity of online web logs, or “blogs,” on the rise, odds are that your...more

3 Steps to Make the Divorce Process as Painless as Possible

1. Speak with an attorney first. Going through a divorce is not simply a legal matter. More often than not, complicated legal issues, separate and apart from just the dissolution of the marriage are implicated. It is a very...more

Appellate Court Notes

- SC19245 - Nation-Bailey v. Bailey - SC19245 Concurrence - Nation-Bailey v. Bailey Holding that a separation agreement that requires the payment of unallocated alimony and child support ‘‘until the …. [w]ife’s...more

Alimony Reform HB 943 House Staff Analysis

On March 2, 2015 we posted information regarding the proposed alimony reform bills pending before the Florida House of Representatives (HB 943) and Florida Senate (SB 1248). The House of Representatives posted a staff...more

2015 Alimony Reform Bill

Significant attempts have been made in recent years to overhaul Florida’s alimony law. While such attempts have nearly been successful, they have ultimately failed. Specifically, in May 2013, Governor Rick Scott vetoed the...more

2014 Wilentz Family Law Case Decisions

ALIMONY - Krupinski v. Krupinski, 437 N.J. Super. 159 (App. Div. 2014). Before Judges Fuentes, Fasciale, and Haas. Opinion by Judge Fuentes, P.J.A.D. Issue: Did the trial court err in denying Husband’s motion to...more

Impact of Cohabitation on Alimony in New Jersey

Since the Enactment of the new Alimony Statute was signed into law on September 10, 2014, many clients have called to explore its impact on existing alimony awards and cohabitation in New Jersey. While it is clear that the...more

How much will I receive in spousal maintenance?  [Video]

Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk attorney Laurence B. Hirsch discusses spousal maintenance in a divorce. Hirsch practices family law in Phoenix Arizona. For more information visit www.jaburgwilk.com...more

Shacking Up May Shake Up Support

It’s popular knowledge that remarriage is the death knell to spousal support, but did you know that cohabiting can also affect spousal support? With love and plans to live together floating around on this Valentine’s Day,...more

Does a Tenant Cohabitate?

Marital agreements and trust agreements often employ the term “cohabitate” or “cohabitation.” Typically, these agreements provide for the end of trust distributions, alimony, occupancy of property, or other benefits, when the...more

Federal Law Does Not Protect Husband Who Owes More Than $50,000 In Past Due Alimony

In the Pennsylvania Superior Court case Uveges v. Uveges, the Superior Court upheld the trial court's decision to attach the husband's Federal Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act benefits to pay approximately...more

3 Cases That Significantly Impact Alimony Law

Hi there, As promised, here is an in-depth explanation of the new decisions from the Supreme Judicial Court (“SJC”) on the Alimony Reform Act, by my talented and knowledgeable partner, Robin Lynch Nardone....more

Breaking News on Alimony Law!

The Supreme Judicial Court has just rendered its decision on the modification of judgements on alimony for cases that predate the Alimony Reform Act. Decisions on three cases, Chin v. Merriot (SJC 11715), Rodman v. Rodman...more

Updates on Alimony Law

Hi there, I have a few updates on what is happening in three cases that are testing the limits of the Alimony Reform Act....more

Will an Alimony Award Terminate if the Recipient Cohabitates?

On September 22, 2014, the New Jersey Supreme Court declared to hear the case of Quinn v. Quinn. In the case, the couple was married for twenty-three years until they divorced in 2006. The Husband agreed to pay the Wife...more

New Jersey Enacts Changes To Alimony Laws

Parties in New Jersey who pay are about to pay alimony, or already pay alimony, should understand some recent changes to the statute that may impact their obligations. Some of the most critical changes are detailed below....more

What the New Alimony Law in New Jersey Means for You

On September 10, 2014, Governor Chris Christie signed an alimony reform bill into law, which makes significant changes to the New Jersey alimony statute, N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23. While the new law does not create alimony...more

Family Collaborative Law Act Signed by Governor Christie

In addition to signing the alimony bill into law, Governor Christie also signed the Family Collaborative Law Act on Wednesday, September 10th. The Act had been unanimously passed by the Senate in late June before it arrived...more

Big Changes for New Jersey Alimony

New Jersey law governing alimony has changed after Governor Chris Christie signed a Bill A845 on September 10, 2014. The modifications to New Jersey alimony include that absent “exceptional circumstances” the term of alimony...more

Requirements for Alimony – Can it be a good thing?

Divorce is messy, divorce is costly – and it should be avoided wherever possible. Spouses should always attempt to mitigate their losses and one way to do this is to consider designing the divorce settlement to include...more

NJ Alimony Bill Making Major Changes in System

On Monday, June 30, 2014, the NJ Senate Judiciary Committee passed legislation that would drastically change alimony awards in future divorce cases and is currently awaiting a signature by Governor Christie. The bill,...more

First SJC Clarification of the New Alimony Reform Act

With the coming of spring comes a fresh interpretation of some relatively new legislation that has been closely watched by attorneys around Massachusetts. Any new law will require interpretation by the courts, going up...more

Deciding to Divorce: It’s OK to Get Cold Feet

Some of the heaviest divorce filing times of the year are February (after Valentine’s Day) and March. I see a lot of new clients but also quite a few clients who I had met with before, but weren’t ready to move forward with...more

Spendthrift & Discretionary Trusts in Florida: Further Analysis of Berlinger v. Casselberry

In Berlinger v. Casselberry, Case No. 2D12-6470, 6 (Fla. 2d DCA Nov. 27, 2013), the Florida Second District Court of Appeal upheld a writ of garnishment issued by a trial court against the trustee of a discretionary trust...more

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