What Makes a Good NJ Divorce Mediator?

There are many qualities that contribute to a person being an effective divorce mediator. Above all is the capacity to listen and have compassion for both parties, and not lean to one side, but see both sides.  Like a judge, a qualified divorce mediator is someone who’s highly knowledgeable in New Jersey divorce and family… Read more »

Knowing When Divorce Mediation Is the Right Call

Mediation is a different path to divorce that few couples have considered or understand. Instead of having a Judge make binding decisions in a drawn-out litigation process, mediation allows both sides to discuss their issues and concerns, while hashing out an agreement that is more equitable to each person and to their children. That is… Read more »

Commercial Property Tax Attorney, David Wolfe, Named Super Lawyer

David Wolfe, co-managing partner of Skoloff & Wolfe, has again been named a New Jersey Super Lawyer. Mr. Wolfe is recognized as one of the leading real estate and property tax attorneys in the New York metropolitan area and is a fierce litigator representing commercial property owners who are seeking tax relief due to deep… Read more »

How Child Support is Calculated in New Jersey

By Rachel Friedman I often encounter parents who enter our office with misconceptions about how child support is determined. I find this fear stems from two places: 1) A misunderstanding of how child support is calculated; and 2) references in pop culture. (One song by Kanye West, in particular.) Common NJ Child Support Myths: Neither… Read more »

Jonathan Wolfe concludes term as Chair of ABA Section of Family Law

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 »