Family Law Blog

Fact/Fiction in Divorce

By Tiffany Tagarelli, Esq. Fiction: If/When I file for divorce, my spouse will not be required to financially support me and/or my children. FACT: During the divorce process, the parties are required to maintain the financial status quo. Deciding to file for divorce is difficult.  There are many unknowns and fears especially for a lesser

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Einhorn Harris Family Law Attorneys Stephen Haller and Jennie Osborne Co-Author Article for NJLJ on Parental Alienation

Einhorn Harris Family Law attorneys Stephen P. Haller and Jennie L. Osborne co-author an article for the New Jersey Law Journal for Parental Alienation Awareness Day – April 25th. “End Parental Alienation Now” brings to light the growing issue of parental alienation especially with regard to how it adversely affects the children being alienated, and

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Einhorn Harris Counsel, James DeStefano Quoted in Romper Article on the 12 Most Important Questions that Never Get Asked in a Relationship

“Young couples with student loan debt are failing to disclose the amount of student debt owed and failing to discuss how that debt will be paid (i.e., individual responsibility vs. joint obligation).” Couples ask each other a lot of questions, some about day-to-day life, some in an effort to get to know each other better,

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Einhorn Harris Partner Matheu Nunn moderates a panel entitled, “Disconnecting the Dots – 25 “Dos” and “Don’ts of Cross Examination”

Einhorn Harris Partner Matheu D. Nunn, Esq., will be moderating a seminar on Saturday, December 16, 2017, from 9:00 a.m.-12:35 p.m., at the Wilshire Grand in West Orange, which focuses on “connecting” and “disconnecting the dots” of psychological experts’ reports in custody cases. Mat will be joined by the Hon. Hany A. Mawla, J.A.D.; the

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Family Law Blog – New Laws on Cyber-Harassment

By Jennie L. Osborne, Esq. In January 2014, the Senate and the General Assembly of New Jersey passed an act that created the crime of cyber-harassment. This act entails crimes committed through communications in an online capacity or through a social networking site. In order for the online or social media communication to be considered

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