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Justice delayed is justice denied - How the systemic delay in having matters adjudicated causes litigant’s to lack confidence in the judicial system and makes cases harder to resolve

USA - November 3 2016 “Justice delayed is justice denied.” I am sure that many have heard this old legal maxim. Though the original source is unclear, what is not unclear…

The fine (or maybe not so fine) line between zealous advocacy and overzealous advocacy

USA - July 21 2016 In law school, lawyers begin to be engrained with the concept of ethical duty of zealous advocacy. While this concept used to be in the Rules of…

If You Agree that Alimony Terminates on Cohabitation, It Really Terminates on Cohabitation, Even If the Cohabitation Ends

USA - May 3 2016 The impact of cohabitation on alimony is often one of the most difficult clauses to negotiate in a marital settlement agreement. The payor always…

The never ending negotiation - death by a thousand paper cuts

USA - February 13 2013 Several years ago, I posted a blog entitled "Some Times You Just Have to Try a Case." In that post, I discussed that there are some times where a…

Is palimony in New Jersey over as we knew it?

USA - February 6 2013 Very often, we blog on cases for which we have had no involvement. Today we get to toot our own horn a little and blog on one of our cases that made…