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Beatrice Kandell, Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C., Panelist On Child Custody Issues

LIVINGSTON, NJ– Beatrice Kandell, Esq., Skoloff & Wolfe P.C., served on a Panel that highlighted child custody issues in the 21st century. This Panel was hosted by the New Jersey Institute For Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE). Ms. Kandell spoke on the subject of grandparent visitation.

Sweeping changes in the way our society functions and interacts have filtered through to child custody issues, including custody arrangements, interaction between spouses as well as between parents and children, and even how spouses express or communicate their frustrations with other family members. This essential seminar provided much needed insight into some of the most pressing problems in custody disputes, as well as sound strategies to quickly resolve them with confidence.

Bea’s practice is limited to family law matters, including divorce, alimony, custody, prenuptial agreements, domestic violence and equitable distribution. She is a member of the American Bar Association (ABA), the New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA), where she is a member of the Family Law Executive Committee, and the Bergen and Essex County bars and sits on the Early Settlement Panels in those counties. She is also current President of the Barry Croland Inn of Court.

She has been recognized in New Jersey Super Lawyers, lectured for the Institute of Continuing Legal Education and was a contributing author to New Jersey Elder and Disability Law on family related matters. Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C. is a New Jersey law firm focusing on Family Law, Real Estate Valuation Litigation (Property Tax and Eminent Domain), and Complex Civil Litigation.

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Essex County Freeholders Celebrate African-American History Month

February 22, 2018

NEWARK, NJ – At its 2018 African-American History Month Celebration on Wednesday at the Hall of Records in Newark, the Essex County Board of Chosen Freeholders commemorated the heritage, culture, resilience, and spirit of the African-American community.

Brendan Gill, board president and Freeholder At-Large, first acknowledged African-American contributions, both past and present, in ...

How Do I Decide Which College to Attend?

Now that college acceptances are rolling in, how do I decide which to attend?

Your hard work in high school has paid off. You took your SAT/ACT exams, got the best grades you could, and filled out as many applications as you needed to. Acceptance letters are starting to come in and you need to make a decision on where you will go in the fall. It's hard to decide!! Here are some tips and ...

Hackensack Resident Charged with Sexual Assualt and Child Endangerment at YMCA

February 23, 2018

HACKENSACK, NJ — Acting Bergen County Prosecutor Dennis Calo announced the arrest of Timothy Smith of Hackensack on six counts each of Sexual Assault by Contact and Endangering the Welfare of a Child. The arrest is the result of an investigation conducted by the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office under the direction of Chief Robert Anzilotti, and the Hackensack Police Department ...

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NJ Acting Health Commissioner Cites Inglemoor as Example of Best Practices in Flu Prevention

February 22, 2018

LIVINGSTON, NJ — With one of the worst flu seasons in recent history taking a daily toll across the nation, New Jersey Acting Health Commissioner Dr. Shereef Elnahal visited Inglemoor Rehabilitation and Care Center this week to meet residents and praise clinical staff for their success at keeping the flu at bay.

"There are best practices that Inglemoor has already implemented ...

Let the Games Begin

I am truly awed by the Olympics.  Watching these superb young athletes on TV inspires me to renew my membership to the gym and pursue my lifelong dream of taking home the gold.  


The problem is that in my deluded head, I can see actually see myself standing atop the podium.  I am wrapped in a puffy designer ski coat with a huge piece of bling slung around my neck ...