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Obermayer to Host Tax Cuts Workshop

Forensic accountant Donna Pironti, CPA, MSA, CFF and Steve Rossman, CPA, MST – both from Drucker & Scaccetti – will be presenting “Understanding the Tax Cuts and Jobs Acts of 2017: A Family Law Perspective.” This presentation will discuss the changes to Individual Income taxation brackets, standard deductions, dependency exemptions, chi...

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Delaware Prohibits Child Marriage

Earlier this year Delaware enacted House Bill 337 regarding child marriage. Previously, Delaware law allowed minors to marry if a Judge of the Family Court signed an order allowing the minor to marry. In rendering a decision the Judge was required to consider the best interest of the minor, the wishes of the minor and the minor’s parents/gu...

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Dividing Personal Property In Delaware

 In addition to dividing assets and debts, Delaware Family Court has the authority to divide marital personal property such as furniture, dishes, candlesticks and televisions. If the parties cannot agree on the division of this type of property the Delaware Family Court does not typically hear evidence at trial over which party should receiv...

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Assisted Reproductive Technology: Who Gets Custody of Embryos?

Dealing with infertility and assisted reproductive technology is overwhelming.  Learning the acronyms (IUI, ART, IVF, ICSI) alone can seem daunting. Then there is the anxiety and fear that come along with the regular testing and attempted cycles.  There is the emotion that accompanies the desire for a child.  The women start to feel like...

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What Is Included In The Marital Estate In A Divorce In Pennsylvania?

Divorce lawyers, Robert Whitelaw and Samantha Evian, discuss what is included in the marital estate in a divorce in Pennsylvania.

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What If A Spouse Refuses To Cooperate In The Sale Of The House In A Pennsylvania Divorce?

Divorce attorneys, David Ladov and Samantha Evian, discuss what happens if a spouse refuses to cooperate in the sale of the house in a Pennsylvania divorce.

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What Can I Do if My Spouse is Not Complying with Court Orders?

In New Jersey, you can file an enforcement application if your spouse fails to comply to the terms of your initial divorce agreement. Attorney Shari Veisblatt explains the details of this application including who pays the counsel fees and the penalties of not complying with the court order.

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What Happens to Our Marital Home When We Divorce?

In this video, Shari Veisblatt explains the possible options you and your spouse have when determining what should happen to your home during a divorce.

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