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Supreme Court Adopts: Unified Mental Health Service Provider Privilege

Unified Mental Health Service Provider Privilege Monmouth County   The New Jersey Supreme Court has adopted a rule that creates a “unified mental health service provider privilege,” which will reorganize the current patchwork of privileges which offer varying degrees of protection to professionals. New Jersey Rule of Evidence 534 will go into effect on July… Read more »

Parenting Time and Custody Dispute Monmouth County, NJ

The Benefits of Collaborative Law In Parenting Time and Custody Disputes Monmouth County In this episode we are talking about custody and parenting time issues and the benefits provided by the collaborative process as opposed to how these issues have traditionally been handled in the court system. Podcast: Play in new window¬†| Download Our guests… Read more »

Gnall vs Gnall

In Gnall v. Gnall, decided on July 28, 2015, the NJ Supreme Court decided that a trial judge must analyze all of the statutory factors when deciding what type of alimony (unlimited durational; limited duration; rehabilitative; or reimbursement alimony) and for how long alimony should be paid to a dependent spouse. The decision instructs trial… Read more »

Are You Considering Divorce?

Obtaining a Divorce in New Jersey Most actions for Divorce are started by filing a Complaint for Divorce in the Family Part of your County Courthouse. In a Collaborative Divorce, rather than rush into litigation and be subjected to multiple mandatory court appearances, the parties meet and sign a participation agreement. The parties then attend… Read more »

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