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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 Read More

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 Read More

Fraud and the PSA

When parties get divorced, usually neither party is totally satisfied. The goal in formulating an agreement is to have an end result that is fair under the law. A lot of Read More

Restraining Orders in New Jersey Divorce Cases – AFF v. CHG

If you have been harassed or feel threatened by your spouse, a family member, or another person, you have a right to seek a restraining order that prevents the person Read More

Evidence, Appearance, and Other Responsibilities in Divorce Cases – In re Marriage of Norberg-Hurlburt

A spouse in a divorce case has certain responsibilities, including presenting evidence in support of his or her positions on the issues and showing up in court. A recent case Read More

Back School Woes

It’s almost back-to-school time and many area students rely on their parents to cover all of their college-related costs that remain after scholarships, grants, and loans. This can be a Read More

Divided High Court Weighs in on Cohabitation Issue in New Jersey Alimony Cases – Quinn v. Quinn

The issue of cohabitation can be a tricky one for divorcing spouses in New Jersey. State law currently allows one former spouse to ask a court to terminate his or Read More

DRIVING WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF A NARCOTIC, HALLUCINOGEN OR HABIT-PRODUCING DRUG – PRESCRIPTION DRUGS

POSSESSION OF DRUGS The statute for a violation of Driving While Under the Influence does not require identifying the amount of narcotic, hallucinogen or habit-producing drug required in order to establish Read More

Child Support for College Kids in New Jersey – Avelino-Catabran v. Catabran

When a couple with kids decides to divorce, they often consider how they might pay for their children’s potential college costs down the road. In New Jersey, a parent’s responsibility Read More

How Losing a Job Can Affect Child Support Obligations in New Jersey – Klemash v. Klemash

If you want to get a child support or alimony order changed in New Jersey, you have to show that the circumstances have changed in a way that justifies the Read More

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