A divorce affects many more people than just the two who’ve decided to split. While it is an uncertain time for the couple’s children, extended family and friends, it also can be a scary time for a business partner.Read More »
Love might not cost a thing, but divorce is expensive and complicated.
Especially if you co-own a business with your spouse.
As far as Senate President Steve Sweeney is concerned, Gov. Chris Christie's latest pick for a vacant spot on the state Supreme Court is a nonstarter.Read More »
New Jersey voters support a proposed constitutional amendment to require pension payments but don't want to use tax increases or additional budget cuts to help fund them, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released Monday.Read More »
A pair of bipartisan bills that aim to phase out New Jersey's estate tax and offer more exclusions for taxes on retirement income were advanced Monday by the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee.Read More »
Gov. Chris Christie announced Monday that he plans to nominate Superior Court Judge David Bauman, of the Monmouth Vicinage, to fill a vacant spot on the state Supreme Court.Read More »
Gov. Chris Christie announced Monday that Robert Lougy, currently serving as the state's first assistant attorney general, has been appointed to succeed outgoing acting Attorney General John Hoffman.Read More »
According to McCarter & English, the firm has developed a task force to address an uptick in claims regarding the Truth-in-Consumer Contract, Warranty and Notice Act.Read More »
A New York-based company is transferring its headquarters to New Jersey, with the leader of another Garden State company taking the helm as it shifts focus to real estate holdings.Read More »
A judge in Ocean County has ruled against a group of municipalities seeking to scale down their affordable housing obligations, as other towns and cities across the state work to get a handle on their own requirements under pressure from the state judiciary.Read More »