Divorce- When it is a War, Both Parties May Very Well Lose, Consider Collaborative Divorce
Posted on 02-21-2016 by Santo Artusa

DIVORCE-WHEN YOU LET IT ALL OUT OF THE BAG, SOMETIMES THERE IS NO TURNING BACK, EVER, BEWARE You may have heard the stories, you may have been through it, you may know people who have been divorced, but all divorces are not created equal. A divorce can be one of the biggest life changing events in... Read More

Key Topics and Concerns in a Divorce in New Jersey
Posted on 01-31-2016 by Santo Artusa

If you ask three divorcees about how their divorces went, you can get three drastically different answers. If you ask three divorce lawyers their opinion on a case, you may get 10 different opinions! With that in mind, when a potential client comes in to discuss their situation, may times they begin... Read More

Jersey City and New Jersey Divorce Lawyer-5 Commonly Asked Questions
Posted on 06-28-2015 by Santo Artusa

Over the years as working as a matrimonial attorney in Jersey City, New Jersey, I have compiled a list of 20 of the most frequently asked questions in contested divorce actions. Today, I will focus on 5 of the commonly asked questions in divorce consultations. My husband is the principal earner,... Read More

Insights on Implementing Obamacare at Your Company
Posted on 07-01-2014 by Vanessa Lloyd

Just hearing the words “Affordable Care Act” can make you cringe. And that’s not even counting your political or economic views on the subject. You may have so many questions about how to keep your company compliant such as: Does the ACA apply to my company? Which new rules apply... Read More

This the season for summer interns, but should you pay them?
Posted on 06-30-2014 by rheamalhotra

With over 35 lawsuits being filed against companies holding unpaid internships, it’s time to delve into the pros of paying your interns. Yes, it is the company’s money – I agree. But you could end up paying a lot more after one intern ventures to sue. With research, I’ve composed... Read More

Failure to Communicate Billing Issues
Posted on 03-21-2014 by Hans Thielman

Should Internet legal research be considered a cost of doing business? http://www.post-gazette.com/business/legal/2014/03/18/Failure-to-communicate-billing-issues-may-have-dire-effects-in-house-counsel-warns-law-firm/stories/201403180002 Read More

"Unbundled Legal Services" and Alternative Fee Arrangements
Posted on 09-18-2013 by Tracie Morris

As limited scope (unbundled) legal services become more prevalent, the model is drawing praise and criticism. Does the ability of attorneys to handle part of a case rather than the entire matter benefit the public by providing more affordable options for legal services or create a potential for a diminution... Read More