Can I record my soon-to-be former spouse?

By Matt Rooney _ It is not unusual for divorcing spouses to want to know whether it’s okay to record — with video or audio — the other party. And as is the case with many questions in the legal arena? The answer is complicated and often highly circumstantial. First and foremost, you should always consult […]

Can divorcing N.J. spouses spy on each other with drones?

You may have seen this eyebrow-raising story over the last few days, but a North Pennsylvania couple made international news when the husband allegedly caught his wife in the act of adultery through the use of an unmanned aerial vehicle, more popularly known as a drone. The video has since gone viral on YouTube with millions of views; […]

10 Frequently Asked Divorce Questions

Knowing What to Expect and How to Proceed With Your Divorce Can Make All the Difference Our firm handles a significant number of divorces every year.  In the course of our representation, certain question seem to get asked all the time. Below is a list of the 10 most commonly asked questions and the most […]

Is Divorce from Bed and Board Ready for Reform?

New Jersey Legislator Cites Taxpayer Concerns in Latest Push for Divorce Reform Family Law reform continues to be a hot topic in the New Jersey Legislature .  We  previously discussed New Jersey’s alimony reform movement and now New Jersey’s Divorce from Bed and Board statute may be eliminated or modified., As always  the attorneys at DeMichele & DeMichele […]

Is My Alimony Payment Tax Deductible?

This year the tax filing deadline is April 17, 2012.   This dreaded date is now less than a month away and we are in the height of tax season.  It is the time of year where everybody is looking for every possible deduction.  Inevitably someone will ask, “Are my payments to my ex-spouse or soon […]

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