Can a Family Court Compel You to Vaccinate Your Child?

Largely eradicated illnesses have been making a comeback, like the recent measles outbreak in four New Jersey counties and in other States. Many blame the resurgence of these illnesses on so-called “anti-vaxxers” who choose not to vaccinate their children. Generally, New Jersey law provides protection for parents who, based on religious or medical reasons, choose … Continue reading “Can a Family Court Compel You to Vaccinate Your Child?”

WHAT ARE YOUR LONG-TERM CARE OPTIONS

If you think “nursing home” as soon as you hear long-term facility, that’s not surprising. However long-term care covers a range of options.  Long-term care is provided at home, in the community, or in a variety of types of facilities.  The options for long-term care span a continuum of care, and your choices may change … Continue reading “WHAT ARE YOUR LONG-TERM CARE OPTIONS”

April 5 Deadline: Cooper Levenson Foundation Accepting Scholarship Applications

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -Cooper Levenson Foundation, Inc. is offering college scholarship grants to New Jersey high school seniors. Candidates must demonstrate academic excellence, active involvement as a volunteer, and financial need, and must be planning to enroll as a full-time student at an accredited two- or four-year university. “We believe that investing in the education … Continue reading “April 5 Deadline: Cooper Levenson Foundation Accepting Scholarship Applications”

Cooper Levenson Welcomes Saleel V. Sabnis, Esquire to the Firm

CHERRY HILL, N.J. – Cooper Levenson is pleased to announce that attorney Saleel V. Sabnis has joined the firm. Sabnis will work in the firm’s Cherry Hill office, in the Defense Litigation Practice Group. Sabnis comes to the firm from Goldberg Segalla’s Philadelphia office, where he concentrated primarily in professional liability and aviation litigation. He … Continue reading “Cooper Levenson Welcomes Saleel V. Sabnis, Esquire to the Firm”

Ahoy there! Captain’s Table date is set for Feb. 28 at the Atlantic City Boat Show

The Community Food Bank of New Jersey, Southern Branch and member charity, Let Us Eat – Please, Inc., is once again hosting an evening of delightful food, designer cocktail tastings, and an extensive array of food and desserts at the Progressive Atlantic City Boat Show, held at the Atlantic City Convention Center on Thursday, February … Continue reading “Ahoy there! Captain’s Table date is set for Feb. 28 at the Atlantic City Boat Show”

Cooper Levenson Partner Carmelo T. Torraca to speak at the 2019 NJPMA Bed Bug Workshop

PRESS RELEASE December 3, 2018 Cooper Levenson Partner Carmelo T. Torraca to speak at the 2019 NJPMA Bed Bug Workshop Cooper Levenson Partner Carmelo T. Torraca will be a speaker at the New Jersey Pest Management Association’s Annual Bed Bug Workshop, which will be held on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 at the Radisson Hotel, 21 … Continue reading “Cooper Levenson Partner Carmelo T. Torraca to speak at the 2019 NJPMA Bed Bug Workshop”

Michael L. Salad and Jarad K. Stiles to speak on Sept. 25: Planned Giving Panel Discussion

September 25, 2018 8:00-10:00 Stockton’s Carnegie Center 35 S Martin Luther King Blvd Atlantic City NJ 08401 Registration: www.acchamber.com/events/power-breakfast-panel  $20.00/Chamber Members FREE Michael L. Salad, Esq., LL.M.  (Moderator) Business & Tax and Cyber Risk Management, Partner, Cooper Levenson Anthony Fraizer—Executive Director of the Community Foundation of South Jersey Jarad K. Stiles, Esq., LL.M.—Tax Law and … Continue reading “Michael L. Salad and Jarad K. Stiles to speak on Sept. 25: Planned Giving Panel Discussion”

How Parents with TPS Can Take Steps to Protect the Welfare of Their U.S. Born Children

CONTACT: Cynthia N.  Grob, Esquire About 200,000 Salvadorans will lose their temporary protective status (TPS) in the United States next year. That designation for individuals from Sudan, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Honduras is also scheduled to expire. Many of the parents who benefit from this immigration designation are now struggling to make plans for their U.S. … Continue reading “How Parents with TPS Can Take Steps to Protect the Welfare of Their U.S. Born Children”

Possible Repeal of Deduction for Alimony Payments

The recent tax bill introduced in the House of Representatives includes a provision to eliminate the tax deduction for alimony payments effective January 1, 2018.  If passed, the alimony deduction will not be available for all divorce judgments, settlement agreements, and modification orders entered beginning January 1, 2018. The current law allows the payor to … Continue reading “Possible Repeal of Deduction for Alimony Payments”