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March 2020 Archives

Attorney Rajeh Saadeh Participates in COVID-19 Legal Taskforce Roundtable

Last week on March 24th Attorney Rajeh Saadeh joined a panel of experts speaking on New Jersey public policy changes and updates amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic. Run by the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Attorney Saadeh was joined by Staci Berger and Civil Rights attorney Nina Rossi to discuss changing legislation, policy updates, and civil rights in relation to housing & community development. 

New Jersey fathers may have to fight for their custody rights

When parents go through a divorce, one of the most complicated and emotionally challenging issues to work through is child custody. Sometimes, parents are not able to resolve this issue on their own, and as a result, they have to rely on the court to make the final call regarding their custody schedule. Unfortunately, family courts sometimes still give preference to the mother over the father.

Consider all angles for the marital home in a divorce

If you are like most New Jersey residents, your largest asset is the family home. When you purchased it, you and your spouse pooled your financial resources in order to afford your dream home. During your marriage, you had access to all the family's resources to pay and care for the home. In fact, you may not have given a second thought to what would happen if you and your spouse went your separate ways.