Jun 04 2015

Can You Serve Divorce Papers On Facebook?

Written by: Admin

A New York judge recently granted permission to a woman to serve a divorce complaint via her husband’s page on, you guessed it, Facebook. This ruling is not only precedential, it also shows how modern social media is now being addressed in the court system. In New Jersey, a person must be physically served with a divorce

May 28 2015

Wage Garnishment in New Jersey: Can You Sue the Boss?

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Many states allow for child support to be automatically deducted from a parent’s paycheck. This is known as wage garnishment and it is permitted in New Jersey. After obtaining a wage garnishment order from the court, the non-custodial parent’s wages are reduced by the amount owed for child support. This can be done on a weekly,

May 21 2015

The Billion-Dollar Divorce – She Shouldn’t Have Cashed the Check!

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As reported on Bloomberg.com, a staggering divorce award of nearly one billion dollars cannot be appealed, but not for reasons you might suspect. Oklahoma Judge Howard Haralson in November of 2014 gave the bulk of the assets and investments of Harlod Hamm and Sue Ann Arnall to Mr. Hamm, founder of Continental Resources, Inc.,

May 12 2015

Pamela Anderson and Rick Salomon Reach a Divorce Settlement

Written by: Meghan Gulczynski

Pamela Anderson and Rick Salomon have finally reached a divorce settlement. They recently released a statement to the media apologizing for the hurt and embarrassment their public divorce caused their family and friends. During their legal battle to end their marriage, there were news reports of Salomon not reporting millions of

May 04 2015

“Rehoming” Your Adopted Children: Is It Legal? Ethical?

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According to an article posted on The Daily Beast, written by Tina Traster, a New York judge has recently banned a couple from “rehoming” or finding new homes for their adopted, Russian-born children. The children, they say, suffer from severe mental illness and are currently residing in a mental health