Lauren A. Miceli, Esq. recently published an article in the The Middlesex County Bar Association Monthly Newsletter, September 2023 Edition, Volume 38, Number 1 titled “What Law School Didn’t Teach Me About Building Professional Relationships.” The full newsletter can be found here.
Finding an attorney that understands your rights is essential in any legal situation, especially if you are divorcing your spouse. The divorce attorneys at Arndt, Sutak & Miceli, LLC have the ability to draw on years of experience and expertise to provide our clients with
ASM Partner, Lauren A. Miceli, Esq. recently authored an article on Grandparent Visitation cases published in the New Jersey Family Lawyer. It is, unfortunately, a difficult case to present and to win given the state of the law and what is required of grandparents to
Think your spouse is hiding assets? Your tax return is a good place to start. In nearly every divorce in NJ, spouses will need to determine how they are going to share the marital property that they acquired during their marriage. Marital property includes real
How much will a divorce cost? The costs and expenses for each case will vary depending on the complexity of the issues presented, the reasonableness of the positions taken during the litigation, and the Court’s ability to resolve disputes in a reasonable amount of time.
Don’t sign the agreement too close to your wedding date. Signing a prenuptial agreement too close to your wedding date might suggest to the court the agreement’s terms are the product of fraud, duress, or undue influence. The court, when reflecting on the circumstances under
A pendente lite, or pending litigation motion, is often filed when there is a dispute between divorcing parties on how marital expenses should be paid while the divorce litigation continues. For example, a supported spouse may not have enough disposable income to maintain the mortgage,
In our experience as divorce and family law attorneys, most emergencies truly involving concern for you or your family’s physical well-being will require police intervention and not your attorney. If there is a genuine emergency, such as an incident of domestic violence in progress, or