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  • Alternate Tax Strategies In Alimony Cases

    Since any alimony arrangement made after January 1, 2019, will not be deductible from the gross income of the spouse paying it nor includible in the gross income of the spouse receiving it, an alternate method of gaining a tax benefit to the paying spouse may be to have that spouse transfer 401(k) f. . .

    10th December,2018

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  • Year End (New Year) Resolutions

    Too often clients come to me when they have their backs against the wall faced with a difficult situation. Whether it is mom or dad, your husband or wife, or your best friend, people tend to not look to the horizon when it comes to long-term care planning. Spend a few hours of your time […]. . .

    16th November,2018

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  • Department of Veterans Affairs

    Over the last few days there has been a sea change in the world of veteran pension planning. The Department of Veterans Affairs published their updated proposed rules which will go into effect October 18th. I am bringing this to your attention because there is a unique opportunity for any clients th. . .

    21st September,2018

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  • Marital Settlement Agreements

    When Can Your Issues Be Settled? Matrimonial Settlements are very common in New Jersey. The vast majority of New Jersey divorce cases end up settling on or before the trial date assigned by the Court. In fact, it is always preferable for the parties to settle all or as many issues as they can prior . . .

    15th August,2018

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  • Trump’s new tax bill and its effect on divorce in 2018

    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 August,2018

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  • State v. Burkert

    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,2018

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