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The Importance of Property Settlement Agreements

The Importance of Property Settlement Agreements

Posted August 4, 2022 in Family Law

At the time of a divorce, parties who are able to settle all issues that have been in dispute will usually enter into a Property Settlement Agreement, also referred to as a Marital Settlement Agreement. These agreements should address all matters related to the marriage and its dissolution, including child custody, parenting time, child support, […]

Jennifer Vorhies & Brian Budic Named Co-Chairs of the Florio Perrucci Family Law Group

Jennifer Vorhies & Brian Budic Named Co-Chairs of the Florio Perrucci Family Law Group

Posted July 20, 2022 in Family Law, News

Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor proudly announces that firm Partners, Jennifer Vorhies and Brian Budic, have been named Co-Chairs of the firm’s Family Law Group. “Since Jennifer joined the firm in 2007 and Brian in 2014, they have consistently exhibited a high level of legal skills and delivered excellent client service.  I am […]

Alimony Considerations in New Jersey Divorce Cases

Alimony Considerations in New Jersey Divorce Cases

Posted March 22, 2022 in Family Law

The purpose of alimony is to assist a supported spouse in achieving a lifestyle that is reasonably comparable to the lifestyle enjoyed by the parties during the marriage. A Court must consider the following factors when determining whether alimony is appropriate and which of the four types (open durational, limited durational, rehabilitative, and reimbursement) of […]

Life Changes – Divorce and Estate Planning

Life Changes – Divorce and Estate Planning

Posted November 1, 2021 in Family Law, Trusts & Estates

In 2018, country music singer Thomas Rhett had another hit when he sang “ain’t it funny how life changes, you wake up, ain’t nothing the same.” In the song, aptly titled “Life Changes,” Rhett focuses on joyous life changing events, such as marriage and parenthood. While there is a country music song for almost every […]

Disagreements Between Parents in Vaccinating Their Children Against the Coronavirus

Disagreements Between Parents in Vaccinating Their Children Against the Coronavirus

Posted August 13, 2021 in Family Law

In general, the term custody refers to the authority and responsibility to care for and maintain a child as well as control a child’s upbringing. In New Jersey, custody is broken down into two components, legal custody and physical custody. Physical custody means the physical care and supervision of a child. This includes attending to […]

Brian Budic to Present on Family and Personal Injury Law

Brian Budic to Present on Family and Personal Injury Law

Posted June 14, 2021 in Family Law, News, Personal Injury

On June 30, 2021, Brian Budic, a partner with Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor LLC, will present at the New Jersey Association for Justice Boardwalk Seminar® 2021. Budic will present Family Law, Equitable Distribution, and Support Considerations for Personal Injury Clients as part of the event’s Rising Star program. This virtual event will […]

Don’t Just Search “New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Near Me”

Don’t Just Search “New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Near Me”

Posted May 18, 2021 in Family Law

Looking for an attorney can be an incredibly stressful time – especially if you need to hire a divorce lawyer. When people look for a bankruptcy attorney, or a real estate attorney, they normally ask people they trust for a recommendation. With the potential embarrassment some people may feel about needing to consult with a […]

Grandparent Visitation Rights in New Jersey

Grandparent Visitation Rights in New Jersey

Posted April 2, 2021 in Family Law

By Brian Budic, Esq. New Jersey Courts have long recognized the unquantifiable benefits of a relationship between children and their grandparents.  Specifically, a New Jersey Supreme Court decision stated “[a] very special relationship often arises and continues between grandparents and grandchildren. The tensions and conflicts which commonly mar relations between parents and children are often […]

Parenting Decisions During a Pandemic: In-Person vs. Remote Instruction

Parenting Decisions During a Pandemic: In-Person vs. Remote Instruction

Posted November 13, 2020 in Education Law, Family Law

Despite a recent rise in coronavirus cases across the State of New Jersey, Governor Phil Murphy has now stated that he has no immediate plans to order schools to close. Therefore, Executive Order 175 remains in full force and effect. Execute Order 175 expressly delegates the decision whether to provide in-person instruction, full-time remote instruction, […]

Seeking Protection Under New Jersey’s Prevention of Domestic Violence Act

Seeking Protection Under New Jersey’s Prevention of Domestic Violence Act

Posted September 2, 2020 in Family Law

As stay-at-home orders became widespread across the country as a result of COVID-19 earlier this year, there was extensive speculation that an increase in incidents of domestic violence would soon follow. Many based this theory on the reality that individuals would be occupying the same limited space within the home, with nowhere else to go, […]

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