Family Law

23 OctFamily Law Co-Chair Lynne Strober to Speak at November 15th Second Saturday's Divorce Workshop

Have questions about or considering a divorce? Curious about the legal, financial psychological and social issues of "untying the knot"? Join Mandelbaum Salsburg #FamilyLaw Co-Chair Lynne Strober on Thursday, November 15th from 11:00 - 1:30 at the Park Avenue Club in Florham Park where she'll answer questions and present on legal issues for Second Saturday's Divorce Workshop. This wonderful group provides support, information and hope to those considering a divorce. To learn more or register, visit www.secondsaturdaysNJ.com or contact 908-766-4171....

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September 12, 2018Lynne Strober and Jennifer Presti Authored an Article for New Jersey Family Lawyer Magazine

Mandelbaum Salsburg's Family Law Co-Chair Lynne Strober, Associate Jennifer E. Presti and Joan D'Uva, Partner at EisnerAmper LLP, recently authored an article for New Jersey Family Lawyer Magazine. The article discusses identifying and valuing Intellectual Property and intangible assets during divorce. The article begins on page 28....

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August 28, 2018Recent Cases That Protect LGBTQ Rights

As a Firm that supports LGBTQ individuals, we are excited to share two case studies from Family Lawyer Magazine that help to establish precedents which protect their rights. In both of these cases same-sex couples rights were being undermined under the guise of "religious liberty."...

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12 AugFamily Law Practice Update on New Decision About Children's Student Loans and Marital Separation Agreements

Our Family Law Practice Group takes great pride in keeping you informed of the latest family and matrimonial law decisions. There is a recent unpublished Appellate Division decision that we wanted to make you aware of that is causing significant discussions among family law practitioners. While unpublished decisions are not considered precedent setting, they can be provided to a Court for consideration in like cases. This particular decision involves whether or not children can be required to obtain and be responsible for student loans as part of a Matrimonial Settlement Agreement. Read on to see what the Appellate Court said in MFW v. GO....

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July 16, 2018Essex County's Top Lawyers List 2018

We are pleased to announce that seven of our attorneys have been voted by their peers to be included in Morris/Essex Health & Life Magazine's Essex County's Top Lawyers List for 2018. Congratulations to Barry R. Mandelbaum (Real Estate), Robin F. Lewis (Real Estate), Richard Miller (Elder Law), Vincent J. Nuzzi (Criminal Defense), Michael Saffer (Commercial Litigation), Lynne Strober (Family Law), and Doug Eilender (Land Use and Environment)....