The firm is excited to announce that Dana R. Bowling has been selected to receive the 2014 Burlington County Forty Under 40 award!
This award is handed out by the Burlington County Times, which accepts nominations from the general public for several months. Anyone making a nomination must submit an ...Continue Reading →
We are excited to announce that the firm is now offering family mediation services. Dana is completing 40 hours of training dedicated solely to mediation through the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators, which is required by the New Jersey Judiciary for all mediators on its roster.
We are now scheduling private mediation sessions and will be accepting referrals from the court system shortly. ...Continue Reading →
We are excited to announce that Dana has been selected as one of the Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars for 2014 in the practice area of Family Law! This is an honor of which the firm is very proud!
To view the publication containing the entire list of New Jersey’s Rising Stars for 2014, click HERE.
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In response to all of the questions we have received related to the recent introduction of bill A4479, which seeks to end horse boarding facilities’ obligation to collect/submit NJ sales tax, this firm has dedicated a webpage, located HERE, for disseminating information and providing updates on the bill.
If you have any questions or have suggestions for ...Continue Reading →
We will be holding a workshop to provide information on this issue on January 19, 2014 from 1-3:30pm at Rick’s Saddle Shop in Cream Ridge. I will be speaking, along with Equine Accountant Stacey Yalenti. And Assemblyman Ronald S. Dancer (R) will even be stopping by to say a few words! Please share the FLYER for this event!
And don’t forget to visit our ...Continue Reading →
The firm will be closed for regular business on the following days during the 2013 holiday season:
Thanksgiving holiday: November 28, 29
Christmas holiday: December 24, 25, 26
New Year’s holiday: December 31, January 1
As always, if you have a true legal emergency on one of these holidays, please call the firm and leave a message. We will be checking in for messages periodically and will be available to assist in ...Continue Reading →
Recently, questions have arisen regarding whether New York also has a sales tax on horse-boarding. This post will provide a very brief discussion of my position on the issue.
First, I must say that I am NOT a New York attorney, having never applied for admission to the NY bar. I am licensed to practice in the states of New Jersey and Virginia; ...Continue Reading →