Firm News

Family Law Blog post – Do you want a private divorce like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie? Maybe you can have one and maybe you can’t.

By Bonnie C. Frost, Esq. Recently the Pitt Jolie saga has disappeared from the spotlight because the two decided to take their divorce issues to a retired judge for a “private divorce.” Could this happen in New Jersey?  The answer is yes and no. To some, that answer sounds like “lawyer speak” but the truth

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Tax Law Blog post – The line between business and personal finance is often blurred. When should you graduate from one-man show to a LLC or S-Corp (or other entity)?

By Gary R. Botwinick, Esq. There is really not a specific rule as to when a self-employed individual should consider incorporating or forming a limited liability company (LLC). However, if the work is expected to continue for more than just a brief period of time, it is worthwhile to consider the factors weighing in favor

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Einhorn Harris Partner Jhanice V. Domingo Joins Somerset Community Action Program Board of Directors

We are pleased to announce that our Partner, Jhanice V. Domingo recently joined the Board of Directors of the Somerset Community Action Program. The Somerset Community Action Program was established in 1965 as one of the first community action programs nationwide set to implement the Economic Opportunities Act, which authorized the formation of local community action agencies

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Family Law Blog post – “Happy Valentine’s Day! Will you marry me? And by the way, here is a prenuptial agreement to sign.” Isn’t that romantic?

By Patricia M. Barbarito, Esq. and Gary R. Botwinick, Esq. ‘Tis the season. I’m not talking about Spring Training. We see it in our practice every year. We call it “Prenup Season.” In anticipation of Valentine’s Day and the season of romance and marriage proposals, we see a significant spike in the number of phone

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Family Law Blog post – Parents Who Agreed to Emancipate Estranged Daughter Are Entitled to a Hearing After Trial Court “Unemancipates”​ and Requires College Contribution

By Matheu D. Nunn, Esq. Last week, the Appellate Division of New Jersey (Judge Lihotz) decided Ricci v. Ricci, No. A-1832-14T1 and A-2409-14T1. The second docket number relates to an intervenor (the parties’ daughter), which makes the case quite interesting. Mr. and Mrs. Ricci divorced when Caitlyn was four years of age. Little did they

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Einhorn Harris Elevates Two to Counsel

Einhorn Harris is pleased to announce the promotion of two attorneys to the position of Counsel effective January 1, 2017: James M. DeStefano and Stanley J. Zator. “When it becomes clearly apparent that one of our attorneys is going above and beyond for his or her clients and exceeding the high expectations of Einhorn Harris, we proudly and enthusiastically promote that attorney,”

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