Q: Nj family law on when to apply the doctrine of tax estoppel and preliminary injunctive relief
No discovery and plain it revealing assets
A: Estoppel is an equitable principle that a judge may apply if the factual setting warrants it but you have the obligation to present sufficient credible proofs to compel the court to apply it. I dont know what type of family law matter you have that you believe warrants the use of an estoppel claim and the grant of injunctive relief, but I would suggest that you meet with an experienced divorce trial lawyer to review your matter and your proofs.
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