Articles Tagged with conditional gift

A recent story on the Internet deemed newsworthy enough to go international and even be reported on various radio and TV outlets prompted me to revisit the issue of how the law deals with disputes involving “engagement rings”. In an earlier blog, Engagement Rings: Conditional Gifts and the Family Court, my colleague at this firm, Daniel A. Burton, Esq provided an overview of how the courts here in the State of New Jersey deal with engagement rings, particularly in the context of what happens when the parties break up before the marriage takes place. Continue reading ›

engagement ringAs a divorce attorney, I deal primarily with the ending of marital relationships some time subsequent to the marriage.  However, it is not uncommon for parties that are engaged to marry one another, fully intending on getting married, to have second thoughts and decide to call it off for any number of reasons.  Continue reading ›