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Podcasts on Matrimonial and Divorce Law

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While a divorce may be finalized, issues may still arise as you continue your post-divorce life. In this podcast, New Jersey family lawyer Allison William discusses some of the most common post-judgment issues that come up, including the modification and enforcement of child support and alimony; what the law says about a divorced parent planning to move out of the state with the children; what happens when an ex-spouse ordered to pay joint debt files bankruptcy; and much more.

Hosted By: Diana Shepherd, Editorial Director, Divorce Magazine

Guest Speaker: Allison Williams, Family Lawyer at Williams Law Group

Bio: Allison Williams is a knowledgeable family law attorney who is the founder and owner of Williams Law Group, LLC in Short Hills, New Jersey. A Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and Certified as a Matrimonial Law Attorney by the Supreme Court of New Jersey, Allison practices exclusively in the area of matrimonial and family law – including post-judgment enforcement and modification of court orders.


In this podcast, distinguished Short Hills family law attorney Allison C. Williams discusses filing motions for reconsideration and appeals to the Appellate Division for clients who strongly disagree with a judge’s decision.

Hosted By: Diana Shepherd, Editorial Director, Divorce Magazine

Guest Speaker: Allison Williams, Family Lawyer at Williams Law Group

Bio: Allison Williams is a knowledgeable family law attorney who is the founder and owner of Williams Law Group, LLC in Short Hills, New Jersey. A Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and Certified as a Matrimonial Law Attorney by the Supreme Court of New Jersey, Allison practices exclusively in the area of matrimonial and family law – including post-judgment enforcement and modification of court orders.


In addition to assets, debt is also taken into consideration during the property division process in a divorce. In this podcast, New Jersey family lawyer Allison Williams discusses the difference between marital and non-marital debt and issues related to debt that may come up during the divorce process.

Hosted By: Diana Shepherd, Editorial Director, Divorce Magazine
Guest Speaker: Allison Williams, Family Lawyer at Williams Law Group
Bio: Allison Williams is the founder and owner of Williams Law Group in Short Hills, New Jersey. Her practice focuses exclusively on matrimonial law and family law, with an emphasis on complex child welfare matters. Allison covers areas from divorce and child custody to asset and debt division.


During a divorce in New Jersey, parties will be required to go through an equitable distribution of property. This can become a complicated process, particularly when there are a number of major assets, inherited properties, stock options and even hidden assets involved. Family lawyer Allison Williams discusses some of the issues that may arise during equitable distribution.

Hosted By: Diana Shepherd, Editorial Director, Divorce Magazine
Guest Speaker: Allison Williams, Family Lawyer at Williams Law Group
Bio: Allison Williams is a respected matrimonial attorney who is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. She practices exclusively in the area of matrimonial and family law – including equitable division of marital assets, business valuation, and executive compensation. The attorneys at her law firm, Williams Law Group, LLC, have the experience and skills necessary to identify which assets and debts are marital and which are separate, and substantiate your request for unequal distribution of marital assets during the discovery process.


Hosted By: April Katz Israeli, Esq., Family Lawyer at Williams Law Group
Guest Speaker: Ben Brafman, Founder of Destination Hope
Bio: Ben runs a facility, Destination Hope, which is a Drug Rehab and Mental Health Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL that provides quality behavioral health treatment by using the most innovative and creative therapeutic approaches to keep clients engaged in the healing process and to enhance recovery. April is a Family Law Attorney in New Jersey who deals with all aspects of Family Law. April is devoted and passionate about helping families move forward from where they are today.