Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C. co-managing partner, Jonathan Wolfe, was featured in a video roundtable discussion hosted by Family Lawyer Magazine. He joined two other family lawyers to discuss the best advice they have ever given, highlighting the importance of credibility and client honesty.
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Jonathan W. Wolfe of Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C. Receives Top Ranking for High Net Worth Family/Matrimonial in New Jersey
Skoloff & Wolfe is proud to announce that the 2021 edition of Chambers High Net Worth (“HNW”) has ranked our Co-Managing Partner, Jonathan W. Wolfe, in Band 1 for High Net Worth Family/Matrimonial in the state of New Jersey.
Jonathan W. Wolfe, co-managing partner of Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C., completed his term in August as Chair of the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Family Law. Prior to his term as chair, Mr. Wolfe held numerous leadership positions in the ABA, including as a member of the ABA’s Executive Committee, Board of Governors and… Read more »
Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C. attorneys Gary N. Skoloff, Jonathan W. Wolfe, and Patrick T. Collins were selected by their peers for the The Best Lawyers in America© list for the practice of family law. For more information on the selection methodology for Best Lawyers, visit here. Please note that no aspect of advertisements or any… Read more »
Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C.’s Top Rated Divorce Lawyers Named by Super Lawyers and Added to Rising Stars List
New Jersey Super Lawyers has added nine Skoloff & Wolfe lawyers to the Super Lawyers list and Rising Stars list for 2020. Super Lawyers rates outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer… Read more »
Building the Financial Aspects of a Divorce Case: Discovery and Analysis of Hidden Income and Assets
By: Jonathan W. Wolfe Previously published in American Journal of Family Law, Spring 2010, Volume 24. Attorneys representing parties in divorce frequently are faced with the difficult challenge of discovering and proving the existence of hidden income or assets. Although most prevalent in the context of private business owners, spouses from all career paths are… Read more »
By: Jonathan W. Wolfe This article was previously published in New Jersey Law Journal, Vol. 212 – No 12. There are many legitimate reasons for a business to retain earnings. However, for a spouse in a divorce — or contemplating divorce — leaving money in the business may be viewed as a tool to shield… Read more »
By: Jonathan W. Wolfe Published in Family Advocate, Vol. 38, No. 2, (Fall 2015) p. 14-20. © 2015 by the American Bar Association. Matrimonial attorneys who handle high-asset cases are confronted with a variety of complex legal and factual questions when either their client or the client’s spouse is a beneficiary of a trust. When… Read more »
Jonathan W. Wolfe, NJ Divorce Attorney, Named as Chair of the American Bar Association Family Law Section
Jonathan W. Wolfe, co-managing partner of Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C. and chair of the firm’s matrimonial and litigation departments, was sworn in as chair of the American Bar Association (ABA) Family Law Section. The ABA Section of Family Law has thousands of lawyer, associate and law student members worldwide who are dedicated to serving the… Read more »