Trump’s new tax bill and its effect on divorce in 2018
The 2017 Tax Reform Act signed into law last month makes major changes to the way alimony is treated for tax purposes. It may cause many people to finalize their divorces before 12/31/18 to take advantage of the prior tax law that, in general, permitted the person paying alimony to deduct the paymen. . .
15th January,2018Read more
State v. Burkert
New Jersey Supreme Court Clarifies Criminal Harassment Statute In State v. Burkert, decided by the NJ Supreme Court in December, 2017 , the Court was faced with an appeal of a conviction of a petty disorderly persons offense in municipal court for a violation of the harassment statute, particularly . . .
9th January,2018Read more
Union County Divorce Lawyer: Choosing The Right Family Law Attorney
Drescher-Cheslow Provides Tips On How To Choose The Right Family Law Attorney In Union County When it comes time to search for a Union County divorce lawyer it’s important that you take your time and review your options. Not everyone has prior experience with the legal ins and outs associat. . .
18th September,2017Read more
Questions for Prospective Divorce Lawyers in Middlesex & Monmouth County
Drescher-Cheslow provides 13 questions you should be asking when looking for a divorce lawyer in Middlesex & Monmouth County The first thing to remember is that you are hiring an attorney to work with you and for you. You want an attorney who will guide you through the legal system when search. . .
23rd October,2017Read more