Co-Chair Lynne Strober, Esq. Explores Dating’s Impact on Alimony on ‘The Divorce Hour with Ilyssa Panitz’ Podcast
August 10, 2023
Co-Chair of the firm’s Matrimonial and Family Law practice group, Lynne Strober, Esq., will be a guest on “The Divorce Hour with Ilyssa Panitz” podcast this weekend on CRN Digital Talk Radio. Be sure to tune in either on Saturday, August 12, or Sunday, August 13, to gain insights into dating during a divorce action […]
“Coffee and Conversation” Discussion Hour with Matrimonial and Family Law Attorneys Vito Colasurdo, Esq., and Rebecca Frino, Esq.
July 28, 2023
Join Matrimonial and Family Law attorneys Vito Colasurdo, Esq., and Rebecca Frino, Esq., as they host the upcoming “Coffee and Conversation” Discussion Hour on August 14th at 10 am ET, organized by the International Society of Primerus Law Firms™. Discover more about our firm’s partnership with Primerus by visiting: http://bit.ly/3szAeGs. Additionally, learn more about our […]
Rebecca E. Frino, Esq. will be Presenting an Educational Webinar on “Intangible Assets and Divorce: What you Can’t See Can Hurt You” on October 28, 2022
October 18, 2022
In today’s increasingly digital world, we must learn to look beyond the traditional assets when handling divorce matters. That’s why Mandelbaum Barrett PC’s Matrimonial and Family Law attorney Rebecca E. Frino is partnering with Marcum LLP’s Susan Miano for an educational webinar presented by Celesq on “Intangible Assets and Divorce: What you Can’t See Can Hurt You.” In this live […]
Lynne Strober Co-Moderating a Program for the Barry I. Croland Family Law American Inn of Court
January 28, 2022
Lynne Strober, Co-Chair of our Matrimonial and Family Law Practice Group will be co-moderating a program for the Barry I. Croland Family Law American Inn of Court on February 16th, 2022 titled "The Impact of Implicit Bias in Addressing Custody and Parenting Time Issues." Lynne is a former President of the Inn and a member of the Board. Members of the Inn include sitting and retired Family Part Judges, and experienced and less experienced attorneys and law clerks.
Lynne Strober Participates in NJICLE 2021 Family Law Summer Institute
July 27, 2021
Lynne Strober was part of an esteemed panel including matrimonial lawyers, judges, mental health professionals and accountants for a 2-day program covering many aspects of matrimonial law and how to handle complicated situations that often arise in family practice.
Vito Colasurdo Spoke on Hot Tips in Family Law Hosted by NJICLE
November 11, 2020
On November 11, Vito Colasurdo particpated as a speaker for a live webcast hosted by NJICLE on “Hot Tips in Family Law.”
David Carton to Speak at "Family Law Trial Skills Development Series" Presented by the Middlesex County Bar Association
January 8, 2020
Join David Carton, Co-Chair of our Matrimonial and Family Law Practice Group and a panel of legal experts for "Family Law Trial Skills Development Series" presented by the Middlesex County Bar Association. This is a 4-part series that is eligible for 3.5 hours of total CLE credit for each session. To learn more or to register, click here.
Lynne Strober Moderating an Ethics Program for the Barry I. Croland Family Law American Inn of Court
November 1, 2019
Lynne Strober, Co-Chair of our Matrimonial and Family Law Practice Group will be moderating an ethics program for the Barry I. Croland Family Law American Inn of Court on November 20th for the members of the Inn which include sitting and retired Family Part Judges, and experienced and less experienced attorneys and law clerks. "A Practical Guide to Ethics – Things a Matrimonial Attorney Should Know and Do To Protect Themselves will be presented by Bonnie Frost, Esq., Stephanie Frangos Hagan, Esq., Jeralyn Lawrence, Esq., Diana Manning, Esq. and Judge Gallipoli, Retired.
David Carton Spoke at NJAPM's Annual Civil and Divorce Mediation Seminar
June 18, 2019
On June 15, David Carton, Co-Chair of Mandelbaum Barrett PC's Family Law Practice Group, spoke at the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators Annual Civil and Divorce Mediation Seminar on how alimony is viewed after January 1st where it is no longer taxable to the recipient and deductible to the payor.