News & Publications
June 27, 2019: The Skoloff & Wolfe Bocce Team participated in the Essex County Bar Association's annual bocce event. Although the team was unable to defend its 2018 title, an enjoyable time was had by all.
June 25, 2019: Kimber Gallo was installed as the Treasurer of the Summit Bar Association.
June 8, 2019: Richard Iglar will be sworn in as President-Elect at the New Jersey Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Annual Dinner Dance.
May 16, 2019: Skoloff and Wolfe attorney Thomas DeCataldo will join a panel of experienced family lawyers and family part judges to lecture on the Use of Expert Witnesses at Trial at the 2019 New Jersey State Bar Annual Retreat in Atlantic City.
April 30, 2019: Thomas DeCataldo was installed as a Trustee to the Essex County Bar at the Annual Awards and Installation Dinner. Tom was also presented with the award for the Essex County Outstanding Young Lawyer of the Year.
April 29, 2019: Thomas DeCataldo will be honored at the Essex County Bar Association's Annual Installation and Awards Dinner as the association's Outstanding Young Lawyer of the Year. The award is present to an exemplary young lawyer who embodies the spirit of the Essex legal community and fulfills the charitable and educational mission of the Foundation, serving the needs of junior and senior members alike.
On Tuesday April 23rd, Gary Skoloff will be a Moderator/Speaker at the 2019 NJSBA Senior Lawyers' Conference providing attendees with strategies leading to happiness, health, and a more enjoyable final chapter in their careers.
April 16, 2019: Skoloff and Wolfe attorney Thomas DeCataldo was recently certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney.
April 16, 2019: Skoloff and Wolfe attorney, Thomas DeCataldo, was sworn in as a Director in the New Jersey Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, an international custody organization comprised of attorneys, judges, and custody experts.
Rick Iglar lectured on the topic of "Taxes and Divorce in 2019 and Beyond" for the AAML New Jersey Chapter's Annual Seminar at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick on April 13, 2019.
Thomas D. DeCataldo was recognized during National Volunteer Week by the Volunteer Lawyers for Justice where Tom serves as a mentor to staff and volunteer attorneys who are providing advice and counsel on cases. We are proud to support Tom and The Volunteer Lawyers for Justice in their efforts.
March 27, 2019: Hon. David J. Issenman, JSC (ret.) will be lecturing on the topic of Leading Questions at the New Jersey State Bar Family Law Retreat in Aruba.
March 12, 2019: Richard Iglar has been named a Fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers (IAFL). IAFL is a worldwide association of practicing lawyers who are recognized by their peers as the most experienced and skilled family law specialists in their respective countries.
February 21, 2019: Skoloff and Wolfe attorney Tom Decataldo was invited to serve as a panelist for the Virginia Long Inn of Court in Jersey City. The program addressed the most notable New Jersey Family Law Decisions decided in 2018, and provided an update on recent changes to the Rules of Court.
February 19, 2019: Skoloff and Wolfe attorney Tom DeCataldo reported to the New Jersey State Bar Association's Family Law Executive Committee regarding the recently published Appellate Division decision in Fattore v. Fattore, decided on February 5, 2019. The New Jersey decision follows the United States Supreme Court's landmark holding in Howell v. Howell, which addresses complex legal issues pertaining to conflicts in Federal Law and New Jersey law, the modification of alimony, and the division of military pensions. The Family Law Executive Committee is comprised of retired Family Part and Appellate Division judges, and accomplished New Jersey matrimonial practitioners. Mr. DeCataldo has been a member of the committee since 2015.
February 5, 2019: Skoloff and Wolfe attorney Tom DeCataldo was invited to lecture over 60 in-house attorneys and legal staff at Prudential on the Divorce Process in New Jersey. Mr. DeCataldo is regularly asked to give similar lectures to the legal departments at several large New Jersey companies, as part of an ongoing relationship with Volunteer Lawyer's for Justice. After training on divorce related legal topics with Mr. DeCataldo, in-house counsel and staff at these organizations provide pro bono legal assistance to indigent residents of Essex and Union Counties. Mr. DeCataldo previously lectured at Prudential in 2017.
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See Additional News & Publications - Archived
- Only the Strong Survive: The Treatment of Survivorship Interests in Divorce
- Social Security and Divorce: Essential Considerations for Family Law Practitioners. 2018 Family Law Symposium Seminar Material.
- “Getting Started with the Divorce: What You Need to be Prepared,” AAML- New Jersey Chapter website, 2018.
- Silver v. Silver: A Decision that Must be Referenced in Every Domestic Violence Trial Under New Jersey’s Prevention of Domestic Violence Act 2016 Hot Tips in Family Law Seminar Material.
- "Time to End the Disparate Treatment of Non-Dissolution Custody Matters," New Jersey Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Blog
- How a Trust May Impact Your Divorce Case
- Unchartered Territory of Amending Prenuptial Agreements
- Deposition Practice: The New Jersey Experience, American Journal of Family Law
- Avoiding Common Misuses of Financial Experts at Trial, 2015 Hot Tips in Family Law Seminar Material.
- “Divorce and the Family Business,” AAML-New Jersey Chapter website
- How a Trust May Impact Your Divorce Case, ABA Family Advocate
- Quoted in “Palimony Litigants Dispute Whether Writing Requirement is Retroactive,” New Jersey Law Journal
- Retained Earnings: Prudent Business Practice or Support Dodge, New Jersey Law Journal
- Drafting Premarital Agreements, Aspen Publications (2012)
- “Members On The Same Team – Forensic Accountants, Attorneys and Clients,” (co-author) appearing in Divorce: The Accountant as Financial Expert, by Kalman A. Barson, CPA, published by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
- Grandparent Visitation, New Jersey Elder & Disability Law Practice
- Building the Financial Aspects of a Divorce Case: Discovery and Analysis of Hidden Income and Assets
- Prenuptial Agreements: Avoiding the Minefield, New Jersey Law Journal
- Avoiding Deposition Pitfalls, New Jersey Family Lawyer
- The Treatment of Trusts in Divorce
- Quoted in “Recession, Divorce and Home: They Don’t Mix,” SmartMoney Magazine
- The Treatment of Intellectual Property in Divorce, New Jersey Lawyer Magazine
- Analyzing Hidden Assets and Income in Divorce, New Jersey Law Journal
- Protecting Your Business from Divorce, Commerce: The Business of New Jersey
- "The New Secret Weapon: Retroactive Counsel Fees," The New Jersey Law Journal
- "The Rules of Engagement," The New Jersey Law Journal
- Securing a Term Alimony Obligation, New Jersey Law Journal- Family Law
- Critical Considerations in Matrimonial Agreements: Insurance Trusts, New Jersey Lawyer
- The Path of E-Law, 24 Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal 1, at 223
- "Depositions – Disaster Planning 101 – The Expert Can Make or Destroy the Case Here – And How to Fix it, if Need Be." NJSCPA Litigation Support/Damages Conference
- When an 'Error' Presents an Opportunity: The Impact of William L. Collins 1998 Trust v. Borough of Cresskill." Taxation Law Section Newsletter Vol. 34, No. 1
- "Commercial Property Tax Appeals in New Jersey" Commerce Magazine
- "What do New Jersey property owners need to know about Assessor's requests for Income and Expense Information?" in Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal
- "The Silent Killer: What New Jersey Attorneys Need To Know About Chapter 91" N.S.J.B.A. Taxation Section Newsletter.
- "Current Planning Issues for New Jersey Tax-Exempt Organizations." ICLE Seminar Materials