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Monthly Newsletter Should You Live More Like the Mokens?

60 Minutes correspondent Bob Simon was recently killed and 60 Minutes replayed a bunch of his most remarkable stories. The last one featured

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Family Law, Shock Proof Divorce Introduction

What happens during a divorce? “You give me one, I give you two.” Client quote. A comfortable smile comes across my face as I share this

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Monthly Newsletter Crazy Horse and the Miracle of Time

The Miracle of Time 57 years ago, Korczak Ziolkowski began sculpting the Crazy Horse Memorial in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Crazy Hors

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Family Law, Shock Proof Divorce Make the First Decision a Good One

Making Choices with Family and Family Law I’d rather pay you the thirty grand than pay my wife a dime.” Client quote. A family lawyer w

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General Law, Monthly Newsletter Put Away the Ruler in 2015

Taking Action Thirty years ago my father dropped me off at the military school. This led to many airplane rides and a trip euphemistically

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General Law, Monthly Newsletter Ready to say “no” in 2015?

Value your time, value your life “When I had the money, I didn’t have the time. When I had the time, I didn’t have the mon

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General Law, Monthly Newsletter The Tough Meeting

At a seminar I attended years ago, a smart lawyer instructed that “getting comfortable with being uncomfortable” is a key element to suc

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Family Law, Monthly Newsletter Big changes coming to alimony in NJ

On September 10, 2014, Governor Christie signed bill A 845 into law. This is the most sweeping change to the law of alimony in our state in

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Family Law, General Law, Monthly Newsletter How can you sleep at night?

I was sitting at dinner with my family and we were all answering the question, “How was your day?” I answered, “It was great.”  Th

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General Law, Monthly Newsletter Defects in Law Practice?

“…If there were no bad people, there would be no good lawyers.” – Charles Dickens. Most of the lawyers I know do a good job for

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