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County: Bergen
Printed In: The Record, Hackensack
Printed On: 2014/11/10

Public Notice:

KIM M. RAYNER, ESQ (#011321991) LAW OFFICES OF DAVID I. GOLDSTEIN 210 Summit Avenue Montvale, New Jersey 07645 (201) 391-5009 Attorneys for Plaintiff SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION FAMILY PART BERGEN COUNTY DOCKET NO. FM-02-1134-14-S CIVIL ACTION AMENDED DEFAULT JUDGMENT OF DIVORCE MICHAL LEMEL, Plaintiff vs. ELI AMI MARGULIS a/k/a, ELI AMI PRASCH Defendant. THIS MATTER having come before the Honorable Ronny Jo Siegal, J.S.C. in the presence of Kim Rayner, Esq., Plaintiff, Michal Lemel, and Defendant, Eli Ami Margulis, not appearing; and Plaintiff having pleaded and proved a cause of action for divorce under the laws of the State of New Jersey, N.J.S.A. 2A:34-2(i); and it appearing that Plaintiff and Defendant were married on August 16, 2012; and Plaintiff having been a bona fide resident of this State for more than one year next preceding the commencement of this action; and jurisdiction having been acquired over Defendant pursuant to the Rules Governing The Courts of the State of New Jersey; and findings of fact and conclusions of law having been placed on the record as of this date and incorporated herein by reference; IT IS on this 6th day of November, 2014 ORDERED as follows: 1. Defendant, Eli Ami Margulis, a/k/a Eli Ami Prasch, be adjudged in default in this action. 2. Judgment be entered in favor of Plaintiff, Michal Lemel, and against Defendant, Eli Ami Margulis, a/k/a Eli Ami Prasch, in accordance with the claims in Plaintiff's Complaint for Divorce under N.J.S.A. 2A:34-2(i). 3. Pursuant to the proofs in such case made and provided, the marriage between the parties be, and the same hereby is dissolved, and the parties are divorced from the bonds of matrimony. 4. The parties' Binding Arbitration Agreement at the Beth Din of American dated August 16, 2012, entered as P-1 in evidence, is incorporated into this Final Judgment of Divorce and the parties are directed to comply with the terms of the Agreement, with the understanding that the Court took no testimony as to the merits of the settlement and makes no judgment with respect to it, except that the parties entered into it freely and voluntarily, and that it is therefore binding and enforceable. 5. Default Judgment of Divorce shall be served upon Defendant via substituted service by publication in The Record within ten (10) days of the date hereof. 6. All issues pleaded and not resolved in the Judgment are deemed abandoned. Honorable Ronny Jo Siegal, J.S.C. Nov 10, 2014-fee:$68.99 (73) 3778512

Public Notice ID: 21908778.HTM

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