In the case of M.C. v. P.C. (unreported, non-precedential), Judge Jones explores the issues surrounding mid-week overnight parenting time during the school year and its effect on the best interests of the children.
Update On Proposed Tax Regulations Affecting Availability of Valuation Discounts to Family Business Owners
In September, we posted a blog discussing the Treasury Department’s issuance of proposed regulations under Section 2704 of the Internal Revenue Code (sometimes referred to as the 2704 proposed regulations) that could significantly impact the valuation of interests in family-owned businesses for estate and gift tax purposes.
We live in a day when reported (i.e. precedential) decisions are rare and decisions touching upon important philosophical differences are like hen’s teeth.
It’s a story as old as time in the New Jersey courts.
For a divorce, it has been as amicable as possible. But the inevitable disputes over property and finances have left everyone drained.
As we have blogged before, in light of the Constitutional protections given to parents, grandparent visitation is very hard to obtain because the grandparents have to show harm to a child to meet their burden.
More and more, when discussing the payment of college education expenses with clients for their children, I am being asked, “What about graduate school?”
On December 5, 2016, an extremely interesting reported (precedential) opinion was released by the Appellate Division in the matter of J.S. v. D.S.
It is a common misconception that children automatically emancipate upon reaching the age of eighteen in New Jersey.
Custody Neutral Assessments (CNAs), a mostly South Jersey phenomenon, have been described as a supposed alternate dispute resolution program that was available for high conflict cases that were inappropriate for, or are unable to be resolved, through mediation.