Jeralyn Lawrence, Esq. made her third appearance before the New Jersey Supreme Court. Her argument in the Cardali v. Cardali case on behalf of the NJSBA focused on the need for clarity and uniformity in how requests for modification of alimony based on cohabitation are addressed by the courts. This case is particularly important because it will impact how courts throughout the state handle similar cases in the future.
The Cardali v. Cardali case is an important one, involving the sensitive issue of alimony modification based on cohabitation. Jeralyn argued that there needs to be clear guidelines and consistency in how these cases are handled by the courts. This will not only benefit the parties involved in the Cardali case but also other individuals who may face similar circumstances in the future. Jeralyn’s argument before the Supreme Court highlights the importance of having an experienced and knowledgeable legal professional advocating for one’s rights and interests.
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