Responsibility and accountability – even for the powerful – are rooted into the core of our legal system. This country’s founders knew that a democracy needs a court system that empowers people to protect themselves by holding the powerful to account. That’s why the Constitution guarantees each person the right to a trial by jury.
Reopening Workers Compensation Cases In New Jersey, if a worker is injured in a work-related accident or incident, the injured worker can file a claim petition in the Workers Compensation Court which is a division of the NJ Department of Labor. If the worker receives an award of partial permanent disability, that award can be… Read more »
Cohabitation Clause in Divorce Agreement – Middlesex Monmouth Union Ocean NJ The Cohabitation Clause is a precedential ruling has been handed down by the New Jersey Supreme Court on May 3, 2016 enforcing a settlement agreement between divorced spouses that provided that alimony would terminate when the recipient of the alimony payments resided with another… Read more »
A Collaborative Divorce Can Help Protect Your Assets Making good financial decisions during divorce is critical to the outcome of a fair and just settlement. These decisions can be particularly overwhelming to a spouse who has not handled the finances in the marriage, the professional with too much going on, or for a family that… Read more »
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