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Fraud or Foolishness: Ex-Husband Using Madoff as Excuse to Invalidate Divorce Settlement.

Posted in Equitable Distribution

Following up on Mark Ashton’s “celebrity” themed blog entry on the Los Angeles Dodgers’ ownership, another high profile individual is having a residual effect on divorces: Bernie Madoff. Mr. Madoff’s crimes are well-documented and high profile. His arrest has given rise to a media niche on scan artists, including Montgomery County’s own “Madoff”, Robert L. Krikorian,… Continue Reading

“SETTLEMENT ANXIETY” – THE ART OF FORCING COMPROMISE

Posted in Divorce

  Eric Solotoff, a partner in our Roseland, New Jersey office, recently posted a piece on our New Jersey Family Law Blog about his experience with a mediator who sought to apply “settlement anxiety” on the parties to help force a settlement in the case. Eric explores the ethical and practical application of “settlement anxiety”… Continue Reading