Skoloff & Wolfe Attorneys Named to the 2022 Best Lawyers® List for Family Law
Jonathan Wolfe Presents at the NYSBA Trusts And Estates Law Section Fall 2021 Meeting
Jonathan Wolfe, Managing partner of Skoloff & Wolfe, presented at the New York State Bar Association on the topic: “Trust Assets in Divorce: Fair Game or Off Limits?”
Judge David J. Issenman (ret.) presented "Lincoln's Ethical Quandary: Order #11 and The Burning of Western Missouri" for the New Jersey Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML)
Richard F. Iglar Moderated Seminar on Biden's First 100 Days for the AAML
Richard F. Iglar, Partner at Skoloff & Wolfe, moderated “Biden’s First 100 Days: The Impact on Your Client’s Bottom Line” by Financial Research Associates and Withum for the New Jersey Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML).
Thomas DeCataldo Lectured at NJ State Bar Association's Annual Family Law Symposium
Skoloff and Wolfe Partner Thomas DeCataldo served as a panel speaker at the 2021 New Jersey State Bar Association’s Annual Family Law Symposium. The program is attended by hundreds of family law attorneys, judges and expert witnesses. Mr. DeCataldo was featured on day two of the seminar, and he lectured on Alimony, Cohabitation and issues pertaining to modifying support in the wake of the pandemic.
Beatrice Kandell and Thomas DeCataldo Lectured at NJ Bar Association's Hot Tips in Family Law Seminar
Skoloff and Wolfe partners Beatrice Kandell, Esq. and Thomas DeCataldo, Esq. spoke at the New Jersey State Bar Association’s annual Hot Tips in Family Law Seminar. Ms. Kandell and Mr. DeCataldo joined a distinguished panel addressing a virtual audience of over 100 attendees, which included family lawyers, expert witnesses, and matrimonial judges.
Richard F. Iglar, Partner at Skoloff & Wolfe, presented "Ethics in Family Law," for NJ ICLE's "Matrimonial Certification Prep Course"
Settlement Negotiations as Evidence in Contested Custody Disputes: Highly Probative Evidence or an Impermissible Infringement on a Party’s Right to Confidentiality?
Thomas J. DeCataldo provides insights into the use of settlement negotiations as evidence in contested custody disputes.
Richard F. Iglar Moderated AAML Seminar on COVID-19 Impact
Richard F. Iglar, Partner at Skoloff & Wolfe, moderated “Business Valuation in Times of Uncertainty: Impact of COVID-19,” by Financial Research Associates for the New Jersey Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML).
Beatrice Kandell Announced as Panelist for Upcoming ECBA Webinar
Bea Kandell, Attorney at Skoloff & Wolfe, will be a panelist on the upcoming ECBA webinar “Divorce, Finances and COVID-19: Moving Matrimonial Cases Forward During a Global Epidemic.”
Richard F. Iglar Became President of the AAML, NJ Chapter
Richard F. Iglar, Partner at Skoloff & Wolfe, was installed as President of the New Jersey Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML).
Jonathan Wolfe Spoke at NJ Family Law Symposium
New Brunswick, NJ – Jonathan Wolfe was a speaker for “Trusts and Equitable Distribution” at the 2020 New Jersey Family Law Symposium, a leading annual family law conference, presented by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education and the New Jersey State Bar Association.
Jonathan Wolfe was sworn in as Chair of the American Bar Association Family Law Section in San Francisco
Richard Iglar was sworn in as President-Elect at the New Jersey Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Annual Dinner Dance
Thomas DeCataldo was recently certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney
Richard Iglar Lectured at AAML Annual Seminar
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.
Hon. David J. Issenman, JSC (ret.) lectured on the topic of Leading Questions at the New Jersey State Bar Family Law Retreat in Aruba
Thomas DeCataldo Lectured at NJ State Bar Retreat
Skoloff & Wolfe attorney Thomas DeCataldo joined 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.
NJ Utility Can't Arbitrate Solar Row With Blackstone Unit
A New Jersey appeals court on Wednesday said a utility affiliate could not force arbitration of its dispute with a company backed by private equity firm Blackstone under a purported contract for the $17.1 million sale of solar renewable energy credits, finding the parties never entered into a binding agreement. The defendants are represented by Daniel M. Perry and Katrina Voorhees of Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy LLP, and Jonathan W. Wolfe and Jane J. Felton of Skoloff & Wolfe PC.
Richard Iglar Named Follow of the IAFL
Skoloff & Wolfe attorney Thomas 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.
Thomas DeCataldo Participated in NJ State Bar Association's Family Law Executive Committee
Skoloff & 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.
Thomas DeCataldo Invited to Lecture at Prudential on the Divorce Process in NJ
Skoloff & 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.
Social Security and Divorce: Essential Considerations for Family Law Practitioners
Thomas J. DeCataldo and Jeb-Michael Harmon discuss late-life divorces and important considerations for family law practitioners.
Only the Strong Survive: The Treatment of Survivorship Interests in Divorce
Jonathan W. Wolfe and Christopher McGann explain the treatment of survivorship interests in divorce.
Avoiding Common Misuses of Financial Experts at Trial
How a Trust May Impact Your Divorce Case
Divorce and the Family Business
Richard F. Iglar provides information on how family businesses can be affected by divorce proceedings.
Deposition Practice: The New Jersey Experience
Unchartered Territory of Amending Prenuptial Agreements
Jonathan W. Wolfe and Thomas J. DeCataldo share their knowledge regarding the amendment of premarital agreements and the standards of review applied to them.
Palimony Litigants Dispute Whether Writing Requirement Is Retroactive
The New Jersey Supreme Court heard arguments on whether a law requiring palimony agreements to be in writing bars enforcement of oral agreements that proceeded the law’s adoption. The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers are seeking a reversal, represented by Richard Iglar of Skoloff and Wolfe.
Members on the Same Team—Forensic Accountants, Attorneys, and Clients
Richard F. Iglar and Richard H. Singer, Jr. provide information on the role of the forensic accountant in a divorce matter.
New Jersey Elder & Disability Law Practice - Chapter 11: Grandparent Visitation
Avoiding Deposition Pitfalls
Jonathan W. Wolfe and Michael A. Mosberg address why depositions go wrong and what practitioners can do to better prepare.
Prenuptial Agreements: Avoiding the Minefield
Building the Financial Aspects of a Divorce Case: Discovery and Analysis of Hidden Income and Assets
Jonathan W. Wolfe provides insights on the discovery of hidden income and assets in divorce.
Recession, Divorce and Home: They Don't Mix
The Treatment of Trusts in Divorce
The Treatment of Intellectual Property in Divorce
Protecting Your Business from Divorce
Jonathan W. Wolfe and Naim D. Bulbulia discuss the steps necessary to protect your business assets from a soon-to-be ex-spouse.
New Jersey Law Journal - Family Law: The New Secret Weapon: Retroactive Counsel Fees
New Jersey Law Journal - Contract Law: The Rules of Engagement
New Jersey Law Journal - Family Law: Securing a Term Alimony Obligation
Jonathan W. Wolfe and Naim D. Bulbulia explain how a properly drafted PSA ensures the proper amount of coverage and avoids post-mortem disputes.