High-asset divorces in New Jersey and elsewhere are sometimes not that different from more modest dissolutions in terms of the issues and challenges they present.
On paper, Qualified Opportunity Zones are a win-win. Investors capture capital gains by deferring the tax hit. Economically depressed areas receive a booster shot of capital. More wealth. More jobs. Everybody’s happy, right?
Following is a quick rehash of one New Jersey homeowner’s depressingly sad tale relevant to bank conduct that blew up the normalcy in her life.
Attorney, Rajeh A. Saadeh, became the new chair of New Jersey State Bar Association's Young Lawyers Division (YLD) in October 2018. This article talks about his extensive background and what changes he would like to see in the YLD.
Not everyone is a believer.
Here’s a quick refresher course on a big imminent change to family law in New Jersey and nationally, set to take effect from the advent of the upcoming New Year.
For some couples, the marital home is their biggest asset. In divorce proceedings, the house can be a bargaining chip or a stumbling block.