Joe attended Fordham University, and graduated with a B.A. in political science. He then attended Fordham University School of Law, and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree.
Joe was a practicing attorney for 35 years, handling matters in various areas of the law, with an emphasis on family law and litigation. Among other professional accomplishments, he successfully argued a landmark family law case before the New Jersey Supreme Court. During the period of his private practice, he also served as a municipal court judge for 10 years.
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Articles By Joseph Pandolfi
Besides a home, retirement accounts are many couples' most valuable assets. But dividing retirement accounts in a divorce can be complicated—and doing it the wrong way can turn into a financial nightmare.
If the potential cost of getting divorced is keeping you up at night, you may be losing sleep unnecessarily. There are cost-effective methods available—but it all depends on your circumstances.
Your marriage is ending and, fortunately, you and your spouse have agreed on all the issues involved in getting divorced. But is an oral agreement enough to protect you in the future?
If you’re getting divorced, you might assume that all property in your name is yours to keep. Actually, it’s not always that simple.
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Child support can be one of the most contentious issues in a divorce or custody case. So you should familiarize yourself with commonly asked questions about this topic.
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