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Barry A. Kozyra, Esq. & Judith A. Hartz, Esq. Speak At National Association Of Certified Valuation Analysts Conference

September 14, 2012

On Friday, September 14, 2012, Barry A. Kozyra and Judith A. Hartz appeared as guest speakers to lecture on: Techniques for Proving the Family Law Case: Using Forensics to Present a Winning Hand. Mr. Kozyra explained how to use third party sources to prove aspects of the case. Among other sources of information, he discussed the importance of loan, mortgage, and credit applications, financial statements, accountant work papers, and bankruptcy petitions, as well as examples of case law. Ms. Hartz spoke about how to use direct sources, such as case information statements, interrogatories, requests for admissions, document requests, tax returns, bank records, certifications, and depositions while referencing case law examples. Together, with their knowledge and a created(...)

Barry A. Kozyra, Nutley Planning Board Attorney, Introduces Nutley's Munici PA L Judge At Swearing In Ceremo NY

January 31, 2012

Barry A. Kozyra, Esq., attorney for the Nutley Planning Board in Nutley, New Jersey, had the honor and privilege of introducing Joanne Cocchiola at her swearing in ceremony as Nutley's Municipal Judge on January 31, 2012. Read more

Judge Rules Against Nash In World Series Trophy Case

January 28, 2012

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Spousal Support Award Overturned By Appellate Division

May 18, 2010

FAMILY LAW — SPOUSAL SUPPORT 20-2-7816 Halaka v. Halaka, App. Div. (per curiam) (21 pp.) Defendant appeals from portions of a final judgment of divorce (FJD) awarding plaintiff $55,000 in annual permanent alimony and $40,000 in counsel fees, and obligating him to pay a greater share of the marital debt. Plaintiff cross-appeals from that portion of the FJD requiring her to pay fifty-percent of the parties' home equity line of credit. Where it was neither reasonable nor plausible to infer that the couple's yearly expenses were met entirely by defendant's income, the appellate panel finds the trial court's calculation of defendant's gross income is erroneous, reverses the alimony award and remands for reconsideration. The panel affirms the FJD in all other respects.

Judith A. Hartz, Esq. Discusses Pre Nuptial Agreements With "Here We Are" Host Luci Weston

February 21, 2010

On Sunday, February 21, 2010, Judith A. Hartz appeared as a guest speaker on the Internet Radio Show "Here We Are." The topic of discussion was "So You Got Engaged! It's Time To Think About A Pre-nup & Who Keeps the Ring If You Breakup!" Ms. Hartz, along with Luci Weston, host of "Here We Are," discuss Pre-Nuptial Agreements. Click on the link below or copy and paste the link to your browser to listen to Ms. Hartz's segment on "Here We Are." Read more