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What is a High Net Worth Divorce?

If you are getting divorced and you or your spouse have over $1 million in assets, you are in a high net worth divorce. High net worth divorces, unsurprisingly, are often quite contentious, as one or both spouses have far more monetarily at risk than other divorces. If you believe you may lose out on […]

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Will I Have to Pay Child Support?

Child support is among the most contentious issues in divorce, which is why if you are a divorcing parent, you must read on and reach out to our experienced New Jersey family law attorneys to learn more about child support and how we can help you through the legal process going forward. Here are some […]

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Successor Liability: Same Old or Not?

Have you ever encountered the frustration of pursuing a debtor and obtaining a judgment, only to learn that the debtor is either no longer in business or operating under a different name? This Article explores the criteria by which courts evaluate whether an asset acquirer should be treated as a “successor” to the transferor and […]

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“Consent to Jurisdiction” or “Choice of Law” clauses in Equipment Leases Can be Key to Legal Success in Court Battles Between Lessors and Lessees

Equipment lessors should recognize the importance of including “consent to jurisdiction”, “forum selection”, and “choice of law” provisions in leases. Contractual terms of this kind are generally enforceable, in most states. These provisions provide assurance to the lessor (which generally drafts the lease agreement) that, in the event of litigation with the lessee over money […]

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The Face of Leadership in Law: Gerald R. Salerno

Gerald R. Salerno, a partner with Aronsohn Weiner Salerno & Kaufman P.C. since 1986, consistently and successfully leads the way through high-profile and sophisticated commercial disputes or transactions.  A leader in the Bergen County legal community whose work is held in the highest regard, Jerry regularly represents Fortune 500 companies and individuals… Read the Article […]

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Child Support for Disabled Children

New Jersey’s New Child Support Statute Raises Questions Concerning Disabled Children and Governmental Benefits Access On February 1, 2017, New Jersey’s newest child support statute took effect. The statute, which is officially known as the Termination of Obligation to Pay Child Support, broadly underscores when a parent’s right to pay child support terminates. That said, […]

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