Mark Goldstein, Esq. and the four other highly experienced family law attorneys at Goldstein Law Group appear regularly before the family court judges in Monmouth County, New Jersey, Middlesex County, and Ocean County. We see the good and the bad! Some good decisions by our judges, some not so good (in our opinion, of course). It’s disheartening and frustrating to us as professionals when we sometimes read about a decision by a judge that seems unreasonable or unfair.
A recent decision that was just issued earlier this year, from Judge Aquaviva sitting in the Monmouth County Family Court did, in our opinion, get it right!
In the case C.N. vs S. R., the court was asked to address an issue that we, as family law practitioners, encounter frequently-that is, what happens to a house where two parties decided to live together, bought a house to live in, and even raise a family together in that house, but simply did not marry? What happens when that relationship sours?