Morris County divorce Lawyer

Morris County Divorce Lawyers - Compare Top Divorce Attorneys in Morris County, New Jersey  June 25, 2013 – 12:54 pm
Morris County Divorce Lawyer | Divorce Attorney in Morris County, NJ

I am an attorney and owner of Best Law Office, LLC. I concentrate my practice in family law, including divorce, child support, child custody, post-judgment matters, adult adoption, and related issues. I am admitted to practice in New Jersey at both the state and federal district levels. I have appeared in the United States District Court of New Jersey in Newark, as well as the courts of Bergen, Essex, Middlesex, Morris, Passaic, Sussex, Union, and Warren counties. I also volunteer and provide pro bono services to clients of Project Self Sufficiency. Previously, I was associated with Faith A. Ullmann &...

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Reduction of Support denied in NJ AGAIN

I have been fighting with the court system in Morris County NJ over spousal and child support for over a year. It seems that they are trying to make it impossible to meet the obligations.
I was railroaded in the divorce into accepting a huge weekly support of $565.00 ($300 for spouse and $265 for kids). The court gagged me and I was not able to dispute any of the financial claims made by her lawyer.
Now its almost 3 years later and I and destitute. I ran though all my savings to try and keep the payments covered. I have been unable to find enough work to meet the support needs and probation has been all over me

You know some liberal judge is going to okay

May 18, 2005 -- A New Jersey woman is trying to make legal history as she divorces her hubby of 17 years — by suing the impoverished man's parents for alimony.
Cynthia Idleman is arguing that her in-laws should support her in the posh, suburban lifestyle that she is accustomed to because they paid the family bills for years after her estranged husband became disabled, it was reported yesterday.
"They stepped into the shoes of their son, taking care of the family. You can't just lift anchor and take off," Idleman's lawyer, Tom Snyder, told The Star-Ledger of Newark.
Idleman argues that her husband's parents, retired financier Lee Idleman and wife Sue, are responsible for paying the spousal and child support that her husband, Douglas, can't afford, the paper said

She's hoping for an activist judge

You know this pig is hoping for a liberal judge
May 18, 2005 -- A New Jersey woman is trying to make legal history as she divorces her hubby of 17 years — by suing the impoverished man's parents for alimony.
Cynthia Idleman is arguing that her in-laws should support her in the posh, suburban lifestyle that she is accustomed to because they paid the family bills for years after her estranged husband became disabled, it was reported yesterday.
"They stepped into the shoes of their son, taking care of the family. You can't just lift anchor and take off," Idleman's lawyer, Tom Snyder, told The Star-Ledger of Newark

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