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NEW JERSEY LAWYER & MEDIATOR
DIVORCE AND COMMERCIAL LITIGATION AND MEDIATION

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CHARLES C ABUT

 


 

NEW JERSEY RETIREMENT ALIMONY DIVORCE ALPINE CLIFFSIDE PARK TEANECK ORADELL BERGEN COUNTY ATTORNEY MEDIATION

NJ DIVORCE RETIRE

This case involves a divorced couple who were retired and disabled at the time of their New Jersey divorce in 2006; they both remain disabled today. What is the impact of (a) retirement, (b) Social Security and (c) Medicare on the obligation of the 72-year old ex-husband to continue alimony payments to the ex-wife? 
    Brown v. Brown, New Jersey App. Div., June 1, 2016
MODIFYING CHILD SUPPORT MEDIATION HAWTHORNE POMPTON LAKES WANAQUE LITTLE FALLS PASSAIC COUNTY ARBITRATOR LAWYER

NJ DIVORCE CHILD SUPPORT
Your divorce took place in another state, but you’re now living in New Jersey. If you want to modify the ongoing child support payments, do you do it in New Jersey or in the state where you originally got divorced?        Nolan v. Gaeckler, New Jersey App. Div., May 26, 2016
 NJ DIVORCE COHABITATION ALIMONY WEEHAWKEN KEARNY JERSEY CITY HOBOKEN HUDSON COUNTY MEDIATOR ATTORNEY

NJ DIVORCE cohabitation

You were divorced in New Jersey and you’re paying alimony. Now you find out your ex-spouse is cohabiting, so you want discovery of her/his current finances, before you emabark on expensive post-judgment litigation. What are the rules?
     Robitzski v. Robitzski, New Jersey App. Div., May 19, 2016
NJ UNREPORTED INCOME DIVORCE RANDOLPH ROXBURY FLORHAM PARK EAST HANOVER MORRIS COUNTY MEDIATION TAXATION

NJ DIVORCE IRS

Citing the seminal case of
Sheridan v. Sheridan, 247 N.J. Super. 552 (Ch. Div. 1991),  involving unreported income, the Court doubts the father's voluntary payment of 71% of his income was due to "generosity. Rather, it suggests it might have been attributable to "under-reporting" of income.   Tuman v. Tuman, New Jersey App. Div., May 11, 2016
MOUNTAINSIDE GARWOOD CLARK CRANFORD UNION COUNTY NJ CHILD SUPPORT DIVORCE IMPUTATION MEDIATOR

NJ CHILD SUPPORT

In ordering child support, the New Jersey divorce judge should have imputed income to the mother, who was earning at least $43, 992 at the time of the New Jersey divorce between the parties.
     Marino v. Marino, New Jersey App. Div., May 2, 2016