||Introduction - Ron Lieberman, Esq. |
||The actual need and ability of the parties to pay- Sheryl Seiden, Esq.|
||The duration of the marriage or civil union - Jeralyn Lawrence, Esq.|
||The age, physical and emotional health of the parties -|
Allen Scazafabo, Esq.
The standard of living established in the marriage or civil union and the likelihood that each party can maintain a reasonably comparable standard of living, with neither party having a greater entitlement to that standard of living than the other-
Megan Murray, Esq.
The earning capacities, educational levels, vocational skills, and employability of the parties - Michael Weinberg, Esq.
||The length of absence from the job market of the party seeking maintenance - |
Amy Miller, Esq.
||The parental responsibilities for the children - Jennifer Millner, Esq.|
The time and expense necessary to acquire sufficient education or training to enable the party seeking maintenance to find appropriate employment, the availability of the training and employment, and the opportunity for future acquisitions of capital assets and income - Cheryl Connors, Esq.
||The history of the financial or non-financial contributions to the marriage or civil union by each party including contributions to the care and education of the children and interruption of personal careers or educational opportunities -|
Stephanie Frangos Hagan, Esq.
||The equitable distribution of property ordered and any payouts on equitable distribution, directly or indirectly, out of current income, to the extent this consideration is reasonable, just and fair - Amanda Trigg, Esq. |
||The income available to either party through investment of any assets held by that party - John Eory, Esq. |
The tax treatment and consequences to both parties of any alimony award, including the designation of all or a portion of the payment as a non-taxable payment -
Rita Aquilio, Esq.
||The nature, amount, and length of pendente lite support paid, if any - Mark Gruber, Esq.|
||Insurance Coverage and Alimony - Hon. Hansbury, PJFP (Ret.)|
Equitable Distribution Factors; NJSA 2A:34-23.1
||The duration of the marriage or civil union - J|
oseph Cadicina, Esq.
The age and physical and emotional health of the parties -
Francesca O’Cathain, Esq.
The income or property brought to the marriage or civil union by each party - Thomas Roberto, Esq.
The standard of living established during the marriage or civil union - Christine Fitzgerald, Esq.
||Any written agreement made by the parties before or during the marriage or civil union concerning an arrangement of property distribution - Derek Freed, Esq.|
||The economic circumstances of each party at the time the division of property becomes effective - Laurence Cutler, Esq.|
||The income and earning capacity of each party, including educational background, training, employment skills, work experience, length of absence from the job market, custodial responsibilities for children, and the time and expense necessary to acquire sufficient education or training to enable the party to become self-supporting at a standard of living reasonably comparable to that enjoyed during the marriage or civil union - Robert Epstein, Esq.|
||The contribution by each party to the education, training or earning power of the |
other - Beatrice Kandell, Esq.
||The contribution of each party to the acquisition, dissipation, preservation, depreciation or appreciation in the amount or value of the marital property, or the property acquired during the civil union as well as the contribution of a party as a homemaker - Thomas DeCataldo, Esq.|
||The tax consequences of the proposed distribution to each party - |
Sonya Zeigler, Esq.
||The present value of the property - William Rudnik, Esq.|
||The need of a parent who has physical custody of a child to own or occupy the marital residence or residence shared by the partners in a civil union couple and to use or own the household effects - Jeffrey Fiorello, Esq.|
The debts and liabilities of the parties - Shari Lee Genser, Esq.
The need for creation, now or in the future, of a trust fund to secure reasonably foreseeable medical or educational costs for a spouse, partner in a civil union couple or children - Steven Sacharow, Esq.
||The extent to which a party deferred achieving their career goals - Phyllis Klein, Esq.|
||Panel Discussion |