...Today Show. Amid the media coverage, Klineburger, of Klineburger & Nussey in Haddonfield, sent an unsolicited Facebook message to Monnin on June...
The best-interests-of-the-child test should be applied to a request to change the jointly given surname of a child without a presumption in favor of the custodial parent
...it out," he said. Paul Emma's lawyer, Richard Klineburger III, said the court should not easily accept arguments from those who...
Neither indigent plaintiffs seeking domestic violence restraining orders nor indigent defendants opposing such orders are entitled to legal representation at taxpayer expense, a state appeals court h
Indigents mounting a defense or presenting allegations of domestic violence are not entitled to appointed counsel
The presumption in favor of a parent of primary residence seeking to change the surname of a child born out of wedlock does not apply when the child was born during the parents' marriage
Child-custody disputes are as fleeting as youth, but surnames last a lifetime. That reality was front and center as an appeals court denied a divorced mother's attempt to strip her offspring of their
...Elson P., 1967 Klineburger, Richard F., 1995 Nussey, David Ryan, 1999 ...
...accurately reflect the time billed. Meloni found Haddon solicitor Richard Klineburger III's explanation of the billing system reasonable. "[He] seemed sure...
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