‘Let Me Do the Worrying’: Backlogs Double in Some New Jersey Trial Courts
by Charles Toutant
New Jersey Law Journal
December 15, 2020
Some of the most backlogged areas are in cases that signify hardship, such as evictions and cases stemming from domestic violence. Lawyers say a moratorium on evictions issued by Gov. Phil Murphy and an increased incidence in domestic violence are behind those increases.
Bridgewater Lifestyle Interviews DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law
Should I Stay or Should I Go?
by Bridgewater Lifestyle
You need to understand how divorce will affect you financially, how custody and child support will be handled, if you will receive or have to pay alimony, and what your future holds.
How to Protect Your Business in Divorce
by Entrepreneurs’ Organization
An important step in the divorce process is learning how to protect your assets, including your business interests. Rosanne DeTorres shares the best way to protect yourself from the outset.
6 Ways to Improve Client Relations
by Caitlin DeGuilo Toker & Rosanne S. DeTorres
March 23, 2017
Caitlin DeGuilo Toker & Rosanne DeTorres share the strategies and tips that make their family law firm successful. Learn how to structure the initial consultation, follow up with prospective clients, best respond to phone calls and emails, and follow up with clients.
May It Please the Court, or Not: Obtaining Oral Argument after Palombi
by Rosanne S. DeTorres and Caitlin DeGuilo Toker
New Jersey Family Lawyer
Rosanne DeTorres & Caitlin DeGuilo Toker examine case law following Palombi v. Palombi and share how they believe a case should be positioned to obtain oral judgement.