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Month: January 2015

Tax deductions after divorce

As New Jersey residents may know, there are many things to consider when contemplating divorce. One of those considerations is who may take the income tax exemption for the children when filing returns. A newly divorce parent may legally be allowed to claim a...

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Requesting a name change during divorce

When many New Jersey residents decide to get married, one spouse may wish to change their last name to match the last name of their spouse. However, if the couple decides to get a divorce down the road, the spouse that changed their name may wish to have their maiden...

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BELICHICK DEFLATED

Against the backdrop of the controversy surrounding "Deflate-Gate", a not so well known story involving partner, Edward O'Donnell, and the head coach of the New England Patriots bears repeating.In 2007, the Morris County Courthouse was the playing field when Vinnie...

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