How We Choose To Act During Coronavirus Will Define Us
By Madeline Marzano-Lesnevich, Esq. – Published in Primerus’s LADY JUSTICE, July 2020 Edition
The Challenges of Bringing Suit Against a Daycare
By Domhnall O’Cathain, Esq. – Published in The New Jersey State Bar Association’s Dictum
In the Interest of Children of Same-Sex Couples
Denial of same-sex marriage has had far-reaching implications on
same-sex couples and children of same-sex couples.
By Madeline Marzano-Lesnevich, Esq. and Galit Moskowitz, Esq. – Published in the Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
Palimony, Alimony and (Now) Preglimony
By Madeline Marzano-Lesnevich, Esq. – Published in The New Jersey Law Journal
Former spouses may receive alimony in New Jersey; former partners may receive palimony in New Jersey; children indirectly receive child support; and now unborn children and their mothers may be able to receive preglimony in New Jersey. “Preglimony?” you ask. Is this even a word, perhaps a spoonerism or mash-up of some kind? If you Google it, the search engine will auto-complete the suffix of the word for you if you make it to p-r-e-g-l, so someone must have searched for it before you did.
Tough decision: Keep or sell the house in a divorce?
One of the toughest decisions a family has to make when faced with a divorce is whether to sell or keep the marital house.
By Francesca O’Cathain, Esq. and Robert Mascia, CFBS – Published in ROI-NJ
“Divorce and Children with Special Needs: Financial Issues and Practice Tips for Lawyers and Forensic Accountants to Consider”
By Francesca O’Cathain, Esq. and Alexander Krasnomowitz, CPA, CVA, MBA – The New Jersey Lawyer