This is not a money management blog but what we increasingly find is that many divorce clients simply “trusted” that their resources would be sufficient to carry them through retirement. The great awakening comes when they discover they are now splitting what looked like a comfortable retirement and that their ability to make up for

We were consulted recently by a personal representative of an estate concerning the decedent’s death beneficiary of his 401(K) retirement plan.  The decedent had married before ERISA became law, but executed a beneficiary form shortly afterward naming his then spouse.  Later he divorced that spouse with a property settlement agreement by which spouse waived all

I would like to highlight a recent victory by one of our outstanding New Jersey family law attorneys; Jennifer Millner, Esquire, a partner in our Princeton office, won an appeal to New Jersey’s Appellate division over an issue arising from valuation of a military pension. 

Because the Husband’s Air Force pension was based upon