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  • Who can take the dependency exemptions in a divorce?

    This is income tax filing season. For divorced and separated parents, the question of who can take the dependency exemptions often arises. According to IRS rules, only one taxpayer may claim a dependency exemption for a child for a tax year. The general rule is that a child is the qualifying child o. . .

    15th August,2018

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  • Access to Medical Treatment Records in the NJ Workers Compensation Cases

    Workers Compensation Monmouth County Do claimants in workers’ compensation cases have a right to request their treating medical records from the insurance carrier, third party administrator, or the authorized treating physician to whom they are assigned for treatment?. The answer to this question . . .

    15th August,2018

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  • Robert E. Goldstein, Esq. To Receive Prestigious Schoifet Award From The Middlesex County Bar Association

    I am pleased to announce that I will be receiving the prestigious Schoifet Award from the Middlesex county bar Association on January 21, 2015. The Schoifet Award, the highest honor presented by the Family Law Section, commemorates the legacy of Edward Schoifet who passed away in 2006. Ed was consid. . .

    11th October,2017

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  • Trusts and Trustees Monmouth County, NJ

    Trusts and Trustees Monmouth County What is a Trust?     Trusts come in nearly endless forms, including those which are made effective while a person is living, or inter vivos, and those which are to be established after death, or post mortem.  Some trusts are revocable, meaning that they may b. . .

    20th October,2015

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  • The New Jersey Family Collaborative Law Act Monmouth County, NJ

    Collaborative Law Act Monmouth County, NJ On September 10, 2014 Governor Christie signed into law the New Jersey Family Collaborative Law Act. Collaborative law (also called collaborative practice, divorce, or family law) is a legal process enabling you and your spouse or partner the support, protec. . .

    20th October,2015

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  • The New Alimony Reform Law Monmouth County, NJ

    Alimony Reform Law Monmouth County, NJ Governor Christie has signed into law two very important pieces of legislation concerning divorce and family law. The first is an amendment to N.J.S.A. 34-23 concerning alimony awards in actions brought for divorce, dissolution of a civil union couple, divorc. . .

    11th October,2017

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