D.P.G. v. L.G.
Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division.
Argued October 11, 2011.
Decided September 6, 2012.
Jason C. Tuchman argued the cause for appellant (Cohn Lifland Pearlman Herrmann & Knopf LLP, attorneys; Mr. Tuchman, of counsel and on the brief; Julie L. Kim, on the brief).
Before Judges A. A. Rodríguez, Ashrafi and Fasciale.
NOT FOR PUBLICATION
Plaintiff, D.P.G. (Husband), appeals from portions of an October 21, 2010 divorce judgment. Defendant, L.G. (Wife), urges affirmance on all issues. We affirm in part, reverse in part, and remand to the Family Part to calculate the amount of credits towards support arrears due to Wife for Husband's direct payments.
The parties were divorced on October 21, 2010, after eighteen years of marriage. Three children were born of the marriage, now ages eighteen, sixteen and fifteen.
Prior to trial, the parties entered into a property settlement agreement (PSA) with respect to some issues, i.e., distribution of real and personal property; joint legal custody of the children, with Wife's being their primary residence; and a pro-rata distribution of the pay-outs from 400 of husband's 800 tracking shares.
The remaining issues were to be tried by the judge. These issues are amount and duration of spousal support; amount of child support; Husband's arrearages; allocation of life insurance premiums for each party, including Husband's disability policy; and valuation of missing American Express gift certificates.TRIAL PROOFS