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How Does Divorce Effect Social Security Retirement Benefits?

How Does Divorce Effect Social Security Retirement Benefits?

August 14, 2017

Am I Eligible to Receive My Ex-Spouse’s Social Security Benefits? Divorce is a new experience for most couples—unless you’ve been married and divorced before, you probably have a lot of questions, and many of them have to do with finances.  Typically, those financial issues center around alimony and child support (if you have minor children). …

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Child Support Termination Statute Shakes Up the System

Child Support Termination Statute Shakes Up the System

April 4, 2017

In what is viewed as a rare change to the way family matters are handled in New Jersey, on January 19, 2016, Governor Christie signed S-1046/A-2721 into law. This law, commonly known as the Child Support Termination Law, establishes the age of 19 as the age when a child support and/or medical support obligation will…

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Child Support & Probation – Behind the Veil an OCBA Family Law Committee Seminar

Child Support & Probation – Behind the Veil an OCBA Family Law Committee Seminar

January 25, 2017

CLDDS Family Law Attorney, Jonathan Z. Petro, will be moderating the Ocean County Bar Association, Family Law Committee Seminar “Child Support & Probation ­– Behind the Veil”. Thursday, February 23, 2017 at the Clarion Hotel & Conference Center in Toms River. Topics to be discussed: • The New Child Support Termination Law • Financial Maintenance…

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Heirs to Prince’s Throne

Heirs to Prince’s Throne

April 29, 2016

Few celebrity deaths over the past several years have rocked my world as much as the death, on April 21, 2016, of Prince Rogers Nelson, formerly known as the Artist Formerly Known as Prince.   As we wait for the results of the autopsy which are expected next week, the most shocking fact since his demise…

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5 Common Misconceptions About a Power of Attorney

5 Common Misconceptions About a Power of Attorney

April 15, 2016

Misconception: A Durable Power of Attorney Survives Death All powers of attorney terminate on death. So it follows that once a person has passed away the authority granted to the agent under the power of attorney terminates. The difference between a regular power of attorney and a durable power of attorney revolves around incapacity. Regular…

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Parenting Time and You: A Shore Thing

Parenting Time and You: A Shore Thing

July 27, 2012

Now that school is out and summer vacation is in full swing, this may mean family vacations for some or summer camp programs for others. For children of divorce, however, their summer vacation may also include spending time with the non-custodial parent to comply with the visitation requirements within the divorce decree of their parents.…

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Firm Commitment Summer 2012 Issue

Firm Commitment Summer 2012 Issue

July 25, 2012

The Summer issue of the Firm Commitment is available electronically. In this issue we have three articles focused on making this Summer with your children the best it can be with advice from Jonathan Z. Petro, Esq. and Ronald E. Prusek, Esq. Click the image to be directed to the Newsletter. Interested in receiving our…

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Reminder: Family Law Same Sex Marriage Seminar Tomorrow Night June 5th

Reminder: Family Law Same Sex Marriage Seminar Tomorrow Night June 5th

June 4, 2012

A seminar will be presented at the Neptune Library in Neptune titled “Same Sex Family Law Seminar.” The seminar will be presented by Jonathan Z. Petro and two other local family law attorneys. For more information on the seminar visit the original blog post here or view a copy of the flyer – Same Sex…

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Family Law Attorneys to Present Same Sex Family Law Seminar

Family Law Attorneys to Present Same Sex Family Law Seminar

May 4, 2012

Jonathan Z. Petro of Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle & Sacks, Rachel Cotrino of the Law Office of Rachel S. Cotrino and Agnes Rybar of Horn, Turnbach & Rybar will present a seminar on June 5th at 6p.m. titled “Same Sex Family Law Seminar.” This is a free seminar offering information and discussion of legal topics…

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Essential Documents Every Person Must Have

Essential Documents Every Person Must Have

November 27, 2011

So what are these essential documents that you should have well organized and accessible? Individual circumstances vary, but the first document for most people is an original will. Dying without a will means leaving the determination up to the state as to how your assets will be distributed, and if there is some writing, but…

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