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When parties divorce, conventional wisdom senses “dispute.” In those marriages where there is a significant disparity in the earned income of the parties, we can safely predict that the... Read more

The subject of domestic violence has received a great deal of attention recently in the national news prompted by incidents involving professional athletes. Unfortunately, this epidemic... Read more

One of the least understood issues that arise in matrimonial matters is how New Jersey treats college expenses. Some states do not consider college expenses as a child’s “right” and... Read more

Let’s talk about legal fees. First off – no one likes paying legal fees – we all... Read more

The first line of Rudyard Kipling’s memorable poem “If” reads, “If you can keep your head, while all about you are losing theirs and blaming it on... Read more

Princeton, NJ – Aug 19, 2015   Law offices of W.S. Gerald Skey starts new blog page.  Come back soon for... Read more

Alimony or Spousal Support has always been one of the most hotly contested issues in matrimonial law. Recently, Governor Christie signed an Amendment to  Read more

Prenuptial Agreements have gained respectability in today’s society. Previously,... Read more

Although marriage is one of the major institutions of our society, there are times when our best hopes become challenged by what appear to be insurmountable difficulties and divorce becomes... Read more

If you are contemplating Divorce or your spouse has decided to proceed with a Divorce, there are a number of issues that will, in all likelihood, result in substantive changes in your life... Read more

Marriage can be a difficult institution and chances are that if you are visiting our website, you are at least thinking about ending your marriage. Over my many years of practice, I have... Read more

I have been practicing Matrimonial Law for many years and I have yet to hear from any client anything other than a desire for “fairness”. However, implementing fairness is a tricky... Read more

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