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For some young adults and teenagers in New Jersey, waiting until their twenty-first birthday feels way too long to experience their first drink. Many college students and even high school teens try to use fake ids to get into bars and clubs or to buy... Read More

Hiring an attorney does not have to be a fearful experience. Instead, it can be the most empowered decision you ever make for yourself. But, how do you choose the lawyer that’s right for you and your case? And find one that will help you understand... Read More

New proposed legislation in Monmouth and Camden Counties could change the way domestic violence cases are handled in New Jersey. State Assemblywoman Carolina Casagrande of Monmouth County has proposed a bill in response to former Rutgers football star... Read More

If you are facing foreclosure on your home, filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy may help delay the process for up to several months.  Foreclosure is a legal process in which a lender attempts to recover the remaining balance on a mortgage by... Read More

Some people make poor decisions while they are on vacation in the summer. You’re away from home, letting off some steam with your friends and family, possibly using alcohol or other substances to help yourself cut loose. As the old saying goes,... Read More

When an individual is arrested for a crime in New Jersey, the county prosecutor presents the case to a grand jury for indictment.  To indict someone means to formally charge them with an offense, for which they will tried in a court of law.  The decision... Read More

When it comes to court hearings, people typically focus on defense strategies, such as challenging procedures used during the arrest, and refuting the prosecution’s version of events.  However, your physical appearance—especially your choice of attire—is... Read More

Reporting of Out-of-State Traffic Tickets for New Jersey ResidentsIf you are a New Jersey resident, you can still be assessed points for motor vehicle violations in other states, even though your driver’s license is issued by the state of New Jersey. ... Read More

In late October of 2012, the State of New Jersey was devastated by the effects of Hurricane Sandy—the deadliest hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season.  As of March 2014, the resulting damages were estimated to be over $68 billion, with most... Read More

In some states, an alternate to becoming divorced is the option of filing for legal separation.  While New Jersey courts do not grant legal separations, two spouses can choose to live apart and consider themselves as being “separated”.  A separation... Read More

A restraining order is an order that is issued by a court with the primary purpose to protect one person from another person.  A restraining order prohibits the party it is entered against from contacting or communicating with the individual on whose... Read More

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