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Wyckoff, Bergen CountyJoseph C. Noto, Esq.
260 Godwin Avenue
Wyckoff, New Jersey 07481
Hackensack, Bergen CountyJoseph C. Noto, Esq.
335A Main Street
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Verona, Essex CountyJoseph C. Noto, Esq.
155 Pompton Ave., Suite 206
Verona, NJ 07044
Totowa, Passaic CountyAt the law offices of Robert B. Cherry 195 Route 46 West Suite 6 Totowa, NJ 07512
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Joseph C. Noto, a Bergen County divorce lawyer, has posted his fourth youtube video which he thought all of you would like to see and give comments. His Channel on Youtube is “Joseph C. Noto” and a link you can also use is: http://youtu.be/ho2PAfiuA4Y. Joseph Noto, a divorce mediator and a collaborative divorce attorney and trainer in the collaborative divorce process explains what are the 2 superior alternatives to a litigated divorce, Mediation and Collaborative Divorce. Joe Noto says that “you can divorce without going to war“. He tells you why “you save time, money and your children” in both processes compared to the expensive litigation process. He gives a Free Consultation to see if you are a candidate for either process and that THE CHOICE IS YOURS!!
Joseph Noto, a Bergen County divorce lawyer, wants you to know that a family court judge properly refused to sign a consent order for ex-spouses that he found were trying, with their lawyers, to erase substantial fees owed to prior … Continue reading
Joseph Noto, a Bergen County divorce lawyer, wants to keep you posted on the NJ state Supreme Court’s Family Practice Committee’s recommendation of rule changes to establish an arbitration track for family cases for certain family court matters. Many litigants in family … Continue reading
Joseph C. Noto, a Bergen County family law lawyer, wants a parent that has a child and is subject to a Property Settlement Agreement regarding custody of the child and relocating outside of NJ needs to know about Benjamin v. Benjamin, Ch. Div., Family Pt. — Ocean Co. (Jones, J.S.C.) (11 pp.). Having another job in place is not a prerequisite for a custodial parent wishing to relocate with a child to another state, but the likelihood of being able to establish a financially stable household is a relevant factor in considering a relocation application. [Decided Oct. 19, 2012. Also, Joseph C. Noto asks that if you are in Bergen County let your friends know about this this if applies to them and speak to a family law lawyer.
Joseph C. Noto, a Bergen County divorce lawyer, wants parents that have an agreement regarding custody and relocation of their children outside of the state of NJ of this very recent published case. A divorced parent need not have a job lined up in order to move with her child out of state, a state judge held in a ruling approved for publication Monday. “The most practical and relevant inquiry is not whether the moving parent has a guaranteed job, but rather whether she has a reasonable plan for providing the child in her care with an economically stable home in the new state,” Ocean County Superior Court Judge Lawrence Jones said in Benjamin v. Benjamin, FM-15-1212-08-N. Joseph C. Noto hopes this helps a parent wishing to leave the state of N.J. with a child.
Joseph C. Noto, a Bergen County divorce attorney, wants you to know that a recent case, decided by the NJ Court of Appeals, in Maeker v. Ross, App. Div. (Sapp-Peterson, J.A.D.) (24 pp.) reversed the trial court ruling that the 2010 amendment to the Statute of Frauds, N.J.S.A. 25:1-5(b), requiring a writing memorializing palimony agreements and the independent advice of counsel for each party in advance of executing the agreement, applies only to palimony agreements entered after the Jan. 18, 2010, effective date of the amendment. It held the amendment is enforcement legislation, which addresses under what circumstances enforcement of palimony agreements may be enforced irrespective of when the purported agreement may have been entered. This may apply to you or a friend.
Joseph C, Noto, a collaborative divorce attorney in Bergen County, attended a North Jersey Collaborative Law Group luncheon, of which he is a board member, and the two collaborative divorce attorneys explained how a case they were working on recently failed. It’s all about the initial screening of the spouses and they agreed they failed to insist on the spouses using a mental health professional for an additional screening. The husband did not want to use one and that is a very good indicator that he was not candidate for a collaborative divorce. Meeting with a mental health professional would further help to determine if the spouses are candidates for the collaborative process. When ever you or a friend wish to do a collaborative divorce, Joseph C. Noto recommends to use the interdisciplinary team model with a facilitator/mental health professional! It is money well spent.
Joseph C. Noto, attended a fascinating seminar on Friday night at the East Brunswick Hilton on the topic of Why is Alimony Awarded? Several retired NJ judges gave their opinions on why alimony is awarded and what are the 13 factors in … Continue reading
Joseph C. Noto, a divorce attorney in NJ, attended a fantastic NJ Family Law Symposium on Saturday at the East Brunswick Hilton. Among other interesting topics, the top 10 family law cases were presented and information about an alienating parent … Continue reading