Are there any other cases that are similar to the seminal Gac case?
Yes. New caselaw is now being reported that is clarifying and expounding upon the seminal Gac holding. In the recent case of Dahms v. DeSanto, New Jersey App. Div., January 9, 2007, the Appellate Division addressed another family law case that was very similar to the Gac holding. Here, the mother was entitled to a plenary hearing and a complete Newburgh/Arrigo analysis from the New Jersey family court judge. Thus, the order that directed her to pay a proportionate share of her estranged daughter’s college tuition was reversed. The case was then remanded for further proceedings. The term remanded means that the Appellate Division sends the case back down to the family court for a new hearing. In the Dahms v. DeSanto case, the Appellate Division was very concerned with the family court’s lack of legal analysis of the case. The Appellate Division held that the family court judge failed to consider the following factors; a) the mother’s limited financial resources; b) the impact her estran
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