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Overview of How To File for A Divorce in New Jersey New Jersey law requires that you, the plaintiff, file in the county where the reason you have for the divorce happened. This is true even if you don’t live in that county anymore. As an...

Divorce is never easy. As time passes and you are increasingly fed up with the time it is taking to settle, you may be tempted to sign a settle the agreement just to get things over and done with. This is not a wise decision,...

Unfortunately, when a couple divorces, the question of paternity and child support obligations sometimes arises. Should the father has viable questions about whether the child is his, it is possible that he may request a DNA test to prove that in fact, he is the...

Vowing till "Death do us part" can keep you bound in a horrible marriage for a long, long time. The actual causes of the decay of marriage are often more complicated than the legal grounds cited in the divorce petition. Here are some of the...

So you've been injured in an accident while on the job. New Jersey’s workers’ compensation system provides employees with benefits after suffering a work-related injury. Workers’ compensation is a no-fault system, so you’re eligible to receive these benefits even if you caused the accident. Please...

Legal matters shouldn't add to the confusion when you're going through a divorce. However, unless you're a lawyer yourself, the professional jargon used by the attorneys involved in your case is bound to cause a little head scratching. Let's talk about the top 10 terms you should...

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