...McLaughlin & Marcus in Bridgewater, and Cary Cheifetz, chapter president and a founder and senior partner of Ceconi & Cheifetz in Summit. ...
Parties who agree to submit their matrimonial disputes to binding arbitration may thereafter opt to mediate certain disputes without invalidating an agreement; however, arbitrators may not act as med
...at Cedar Hills Country Club in Livingston. The officers are: President Cary Cheifetz, Ceconi & Cheifetz, Summit; President-elect Robert Adinolfi, Adinolfi & Lieberman, Haddonfield...
...from left: lawyers Vito Colasurdo, Cary Cheifetz, Nancy Richmond and Sheryl Seiden. Ceconi & Cheifetz of Summit raised...
The state Supreme Court's Family Practice Committee is recommending rule changes to establish an arbitration track for family cases for certain family court matters
Custody of a child of an international marriage must include a determination of the child's home state, as defined in the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act
The New Jersey court system is looking for bugs in the software it uses to calculate child-support awards, prompted by a Mercer County case in which a lawyer who double-checked the court's support fi
In a suit that could create a new marital tort in New Jersey, a noncustodial father is suing his children's mother for alienation of their affection for him, which he says should allow him recovery o
...ex-husband during the original proceedings. The plaintiff's expert, Cary Cheifetz of Ceconi & Cheifetz in Summit, estimated, for example, that Viglione could have...
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