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August 2017
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Moving Out of State with a Minor Child After Divorce

Many divorced spouses who have a minor child remain in close proximity to one another post-divorce to ensure continuing access and support for that child. However, circumstances may change, necessitating the need for a parent to relocate out of state or country. If both parties consent to the relocation then there is no need for Read More

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No Compromise Equals Collateral Damage

During a divorce, parties need a plan to live by until the divorce is finalized. Each family has its own issues to be faced in the interim period between when a divorce is filed and the final divorce. The final divorce can be months or years later. If the parties are unable to work out Read More

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Retirement and Alimony

After a long term marriage, when divorce occurs when people are older and getting to the time of retirement, the issues of alimony and equitable distribution require planning for retirement. If someone is getting divorced at age 55 who is married for 25 years but can retire at 67, the alimony may stop at retirement. Read More

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Worker’s Compensation Protects Injured Employees

The State of New Jersey requires employers to carry Worker’s Compensation insurance. When a personal injury is caused to an employee due to an accident arising out of the course of his or her employment, the employer is required to provide compensation. The worker does not have to be a United States citizen to receive Read More

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Driving While Intoxicated

In order for a police officer to stop a vehicle, he has to have a reason for it or probable cause. There always has to be something that draws the officer’s attention. The driver can be weaving on the road, or it can be something like a light on the car that is out. Once Read More

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