Mt. Laurel, NJ – – Capehart Scatchard Shareholder Amy C. Goldstein, Esq. was featured in a May 1, 2013 Burlington County Times article entitled “Mount Laurel Attorney Weighs in on Alimony Reform.”
The article references a bill recently introduced in the state Assembly that would eliminate permanent alimony in New Jersey and refine guidelines for awarding other types of alimony after the dissolution of a marriage or civil union. In the article, Ms. Goldstein shared her knowledge of New Jersey’s proposed alimony reform legislation. She was quoted as saying, “The proposal is a “a good start,” but thinks it needs work.” Additionally, she gave her full support to a legislative proposal to establish a blue ribbon panel to examine alimony reform in New Jersey.
A resident of Cherry Hill, Ms. Goldstein has practiced all aspects of family law for thirty years. Her practice areas include marital and civil union dissolutions, alimony, child support, cohabitation and prenuptial agreements, child custody and related matters. Ms. Goldstein received her J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law. She received her B.A., with Honors, Phi Beta Kappa from the State University of New York at Binghamton.