Family Law

New Jersey Assembly Votes To Expand Paid Family Leave Program - Law Offices of Paul S. Foreman, P.C.

Recently, New Jersey took one step closer to expanding our state's 8-year-old paid family leave program when the Assembly passed legislation to improve this law.

Enacted in 2009 as part of the New Jersey Temporary Disability Insurance law, the New Jersey Paid Family Leave law was only the second state legislation - after California - to offer some type of paid family leave. The law allows workers to collect a portion of their pay when they miss work to take care of a newborn, a newly adopted child or a sick relative.

Divorce Essentials: A Financial Document Checklist - Law Offices of Paul S. Foreman, P.C.

Some of the most complicated aspects of a divorce are financial, as you and your spouse must divide both the assets and the debts accumulated during your marriage. All income will be assessed to determine any alimony and child support. It's a complicated and often antagonistic process.