New Jersey’s New Child Support Statute Raises Questions Concerning Disabled Children and Governmental Benefits Access
By: Richard H. Weiner
On February 1, 2017, New Jersey’s newest child support statute took effect. The statute, which is officially known as the Termination of Obligation to Pay Child Support, broadly underscores when a parent’s right to pay child support terminates.
That said, the statute also brings a host of other changes that raise questions for issues related to disabled children and protecting a child’s access to governmental benefits. Keeping these themes in mind, here is a closer look at what New Jersey’s newest child support statute could mean for New Jersey families.Read the full article...
Triple Play: What happens to a company when a partner goes through a divorce?
Triple Play is a weekly NJBIZ feature that asks top executives in New Jersey to talk about three things related to their industry.
Richard H. Weiner is the managing shareholder of Hackensack-based law firm Aronsohn Weiner Salerno Bremer & Kaufman, P.C.
We asked Richard to identify three effects on a company when a partner or shareholder goes through a divorce.
1. Other partners and shareholders can be impacted when the company’s equity/value becomes an asset subject to distribution in the divorce.
The Face of Leadership in Law: Gerald R. Salerno
Gerald R. Salerno, a partner with Aronsohn Weiner Salerno & Kaufman since 1986, consistently and successfully leads the way through high-profile and sophisticated commercial disputes or transactions. A leader in the Bergen County legal community whose work is held in the highest regard, Jerry regularly represents Fortune 500 companies and individuals…