The Honorable William L’E. Wertheimer, J.A.D. (ret.) will be a speaker on a panel for the Trial Attorneys of New Jersey. The panel will address “The Do’s and Don’t’s of State and Federal Court Trial Practice.” The seminar will take place on April 23, 2015, at Mayfair Farms in West Orange, New Jersey, from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. A reception will follow immediately after the seminar. Continue reading “William Wertheimer To Speak on Panel For the Trial Attorneys of New Jersey”
Brandon D. Minde will be a speaker at the 2015 NJSBA Annual Meeting and Convention. Mr. Minde will participate on a panel entitled “White Collar Crime – the Pen is Mightier Than the Sword.” The panel of judges, prosecutors and defense counsel will provide information for practicing attorneys on how to handle cases involving white collar crime. The panel will take place at the Borgata Casino Water Club on May 14, 2015.
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The Law Firm of Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski, P.C. is pleased to announce that Mario C. Gurrieri, Esq., Chair of its Family Law Department, who has specialized in matrimonial law for over 42 years, and his group of other well-experienced attorneys, Richard A. Outhwaite, Esq., Kristin M. Capalbo, Esq., Jennifer L. Young, Esq., and Eva M. Uhrik, Esq., will review the law, explain the legal process and answer your questions concerning prenuptial agreements, separation, divorce, custody and parenting time, division of assets, alimony, child support, domestic violence, post-divorce Court review of changed financial and child-related circumstances, and how the current economic climate and new alimony legislation will impact divorce and post-divorce matters.
Information will also be provided on Divorce Mediation, an alternative to the traditional contested proceeding. Divorce Mediation offers the potential for significant financial savings and may avoid the stress and delay involved with litigation in Court.
If you are experiencing marital difficulties and contemplating divorce, or if you are simply curious about your rights in a separation or divorce, this free Seminar will be of value to you. If you are already divorced, the Seminar will also be of value in explaining post-divorce rights and obligations of former spouses.
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