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How Do I Prove Cohabitation to Suspend My Alimony Obligation?

As you may have heard, it just got a bit easier in New Jersey to prove cohabitation, i.e. that your former spouse is in a serious relationship with their new partner!  Specifically, now, you no longer need to prove that your former spouse is living with their new love interest on a full-time basis.  This is huge! So, what evidence do you need t...

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Obermayer Attorneys Named to PA Super Lawyers List

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP is pleased to announce that a number of our attorneys were selected for inclusion in the 2018 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® list. Obermayer 2018 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® Business Litigation Thomas A. Leonard Civil Litigation Defense Gary M. Samms Class Action William J. Leonard Estate Planning &...

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Vacationing with the Kids: Are You (Really) Ready for Summer?

With summer time right around the corner, many divorced and separated parents have questions about what summer parenting time (does the school year parenting time schedule change or stay the same?), vacations with the children (who gets to take the children on vacation and when?), and summer camp for the children (who enrolls and pays for summe...

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Second Tuesday Divorce Workshop (May 8th)

Second Tuesday is a nationally renowned, award winning, interactive workshop that has helped thousands of women since 1989. We provide a safe place to speak with other women experiencing similar life changes. Legal IssuesPresented by Shari B. Veisblatt, Esq. The divorce process and legal fees Protecting yourself legally and financially C...

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New PA Law Clarifies When Grandparents Can Seek Custody

The Pennsylvania legislature recently passed a bill that expands who can request custody of a child.  The law clarifies when grandparents can seek custody of their grandchild.  It also addresses who can request custody of a minor child when the parents of that child cannot be located.  Continue Reading  

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Julie Colton Talks About Custody On Pittsburgh’s KDKA 1020 AM

Family Law Partner Julie Colton spoke with Nan Cohen about custody on the KDKA 1020 AM radio show "Dealing With Divorce."  Julie Colton is a frequent guest of the show. She is also currently an adjunct professor teaching family law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, and is an Allegheny County Bar Foundation Fellow.  Click ...

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Court Examines the Impact of Retirement in Alimony Termination Case

Alimony is a post-divorce remedy that consists of a monthly payment from one spouse to the other that begins upon the entry of a divorce decree. If alimony is being paid pursuant to a provision in the parties’ property settlement agreement that is thereafter incorporated but not merged with the divorce decree divorcing the parties, the alimony pa...

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A Name Change May Cause Issues with Your Tax Return

Many spouses change their last name when they get married. If the marriage ends in divorce, they may choose to resume their maiden or former name. The Internal Revenue Service released a Publication reminding married and divorced people that if they do not take the necessary steps to ensure the name on their tax return matches the name registered w...

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Common misconceptions in NJ family law

In a world of “fake news,” access to reliable information about the divorce process is more difficult to come by than one may realize. While many litigants are quick to consult the internet, family members and friends for guidance on their divorce, the reality is that not everything you read/hear about divorce is credible and, even if it is, ...

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Standby Guardianship Can Be An Important Part Of Estate Planning

Although Delaware’s Standby Guardianship Act became law nearly a decade ago, many are still unfamiliar with the concept.  This type of guardianship serves such an important purpose and is important to understand. Continue Reading  

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