In a case of first impression, a New Jersey judge has refused to strip a divorced mother of primary custody of her children even though she has terminal and inoperable breast cancer
..., of the real estate tax appeal group in Princeton...Paone, Zaleski & Brown in Woodbridge and Red Bank promotes senior associate and family...
...Expedited Civil Actions ... Megan Murray, an associate with Paone, Zaleski & Brown in Red Bank, is appointed to the Legislative Committee of...
...Financial Services Lawyers ... Megan Murray, senior associate at Paone, Zaleski & Brown in Red Bank, is qualified as a certified matrimonial law...
...and Young Lawyer of the Year Award, Megan Murray, associate, Paone, Zaleski & Brown in Woodbridge and Red Bank. Garden...
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
A child who turns 18 may seek her own emancipation over parental objection
An 18-year-old who wants to put herself through college is entitled to court-ordered emancipation over a parent's objections, an Ocean County judge says
Just because a parent qualifies for Social Security disability benefits does not necessarily mean he or she is unable to pay child support, a New Jersey trial judge says
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