Divorce and Family Law Cases

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Appellate Court Rules NJ Cannot Require Payment of College Expenses Not Required Under Original PA Child Support Order

January 11th, 2020|Comments Off on Appellate Court Rules NJ Cannot Require Payment of College Expenses Not Required Under Original PA Child Support Order

Brian G. Paul won a reversal in the Appellate Division on a precedent-setting interstate child support case. Under Pennsylvania law, a child becomes emancipated on the latter [...]

Success Stories: Equity

January 10th, 2020|Comments Off on Success Stories: Equity

Seavey v. Long, 303 N.J. Super. 153 (App. Div. 1997) Jeffrey Blumstein representing Nan Long Our client’s husband died. As his widow, she was entitled to a [...]

Appellate Division Affirms Transfer of Sole Custody to Father As Well As 15 Year Old Child’s Right to Decide Whether She Visits With Mother (Brian G. Paul).

January 10th, 2020|Comments Off on Appellate Division Affirms Transfer of Sole Custody to Father As Well As 15 Year Old Child’s Right to Decide Whether She Visits With Mother (Brian G. Paul).

Brian G. Paul successfully represented a father in his quest to obtain a post-divorce transfer of custody of his then 15 and 10 year old children. [...]

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Restricted Stock Awarded by Employer as Deferred Compensation Constitutes Income for Alimony and Child Support Purposes (Brian G. Paul).

January 10th, 2020|Comments Off on Restricted Stock Awarded by Employer as Deferred Compensation Constitutes Income for Alimony and Child Support Purposes (Brian G. Paul).

Pizi v. Bolam Brian G. Paul of the firm’s family law department successfully defended an ex-husband’s appeal of a Family Part Judge’s denial of his request [...]

In Two Separate Cases, Appellate Division Orders that Marital Coverture Fraction Should Be Utilized to Fairly Divide a Spouse’s Defined Benefit Pension (Brian G. Paul).

January 10th, 2020|Comments Off on In Two Separate Cases, Appellate Division Orders that Marital Coverture Fraction Should Be Utilized to Fairly Divide a Spouse’s Defined Benefit Pension (Brian G. Paul).

Marital Coverture Fraction In two separate Appellate Division cases in 2002, Brian G. Paul argued that the Husband’s proposed method of limiting their ex-wife’s portion of the husbands’ [...]

Custodial Father of 15 Year Old Son and 13 Year Old Daughter Granted Permission to Relocate to State of Florida (Brian G. Paul)

January 10th, 2020|Comments Off on Custodial Father of 15 Year Old Son and 13 Year Old Daughter Granted Permission to Relocate to State of Florida (Brian G. Paul)

Relocation In 2003, the firm successfully convinced a Trial Court Judge that a custodial father should be permitted to relocate to the State of Florida with [...]

In 3 Separate Cases, Incorrect Child Support Calculations are Reversed By Appellate Division (Brian G. Paul).

January 10th, 2020|Comments Off on In 3 Separate Cases, Incorrect Child Support Calculations are Reversed By Appellate Division (Brian G. Paul).

Reversed Child Support Verdicts In the year 2000, the firm won two unreported Appellate Division child support cases, Simmonds v. Simmonds and Wiedaseck v. Immesberger. In [...]

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