The Upside of a Down Economy for Active Young Lawyers

This article was originally published in The Barrister, the official monthly publication of the Camden County Bar Association for which DeMichele & DeMichele attorney MATT ROONEY serves as Young Lawyer Trustee. To put things in perspective, the U.S. economy hasn’t been this consistently sluggish
Read More

4 Reasons to Modify Alimony in New Jersey

Four Reasons to Reevaluate an Alimony Obligation in New Jersey We have previously discussed New Jersey’s alimony reform movement.  Today I wanted to discuss alimony modification under current New Jersey law.   If you have been involved in a divorce case in
Read More

Imputed Income in Family Court

New Jersey Family Courts May Impute Income When Setting Child or Spousal Support Determining the appropriate child or spousal support obligation is often straightforward but can be very complicated, too. A number of factors could influence the ultimate amount. At the top
Read More

When is Unemployment Enough to Modify Support?

Not All Unemployment is Enough to Modify Your New Jersey Child Support or Alimony Obligation America’s economy continues to crawl and the job market is still very weak. New Jersey’s unemployment rate is still well above the national average at 9.3%. Gloucester
Read More