Topic: Family Law

Alimony Reform Seminar

On Wednesday, October 15, Capehart Scatchard attorneys Amy C. Goldstein, Esq. and Melissa L. Mignogna, Esq. will host a seminar at the DoubleTree Suites by Hilton in Mt. Laurel, NJ. Together they will explain the recently-passed Alimony Reform Bill, which Ms. Goldstein helped draft. Come out for a night of networking and valuable information on […]

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Amy C. Goldstein Testifies Before Senate Judiciary Committee

Trenton, NJ – – On Monday, June 30, 2014, shareholder and Family Law Department Chair Amy C. Goldstein testified at a hearing on alimony reform before the New Jersey State Senate Judiciary Committee. Ms. Goldstein helped draft the legislation which has been approved by the Senate and the Assembly. Ms. Goldstein addressed the questions and concerns […]

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Capehart Scatchard Attorney Appointed To Executive Committee of Family Law Section of the NJ State Bar

Mt. Laurel, NJ – – Capehart Scatchard Associate Melissa L. Mignogna, Esq. was recently appointed to the Executive Committee of the Family Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA). Ms. Mignogna will support the committee in strengthening and improving the quality of legal services through communication, outreach, relationships and education.   The mission of the […]

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Capehart Scatchard Scoops to Fight Leukemia

Mt. Laurel, NJ – –  Employees of Capehart Scatchard, led by Family Lawyer Amy Goldstein, Esq., scooped ice cream at the 15th  Annual Super Scooper event to raise money for The Joshua Kahan Fund  to support the fight against pediatric leukemia for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.  The “all-you-can-eat” ice cream Super Scooper event was held […]

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Domestic Violence

A victim of domestic violence is anyone over the age of 18 (or an emancipated minor under the age of 18) and who has been subjected to domestic violence by: a spouse, a former spouse, any other person who is at present or was previously a household member, a person of any age subjected to […]

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Cohabitation

Couples have lived together as a precursor to marriage for many years. However, increasingly, couples are electing to live together without ever intending to get married or enter into a civil union. In the event that a couple decides to end their cohabitation relationship, one might think that living together without getting married would make […]

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