When you decide to get married, not only do you sign a contractual agreement with your spouse, but also involve your state government. For this reason, you need to officially notify your state of your intention to end your marriage. Once the court approves your petition, they will officially dissolve your marriage by ordering a … Continue reading Exploring the Legal Components of Divorce
When you sign your marriage license, you are not only forming a contract between you and your spouse, but you are also making an agreement with the state of New Jersey. For this reason, you must present the State with an acceptable reason for the dissolution of your marriage during a divorce proceeding. If you … Continue reading Different Grounds for Divorce Under New Jersey Law
Seek immediate medical attention In order to be fully compensated for your injuries, you must have a medical report filed with your Workers’ Compensation Board and insurance carrier. The only way to obtain this medical report is to visit an emergency room or a private healthcare provider immediately following the incident. Even injuries that don’t … Continue reading Steps to Take Following an On-the-Job Injury
There are different types of lawyers that come in handy at different times in your life, particularly during the big moments like getting a divorce or being arrested for DUI. Unfortunately, people often make the mistake of proceeding with one of the biggest decisions of their life without consulting with a legal professional. We’re talking … Continue reading The Benefits of Working with a Real Estate Lawyer
Child support laws were created to protect the wellbeing of children following divorce. The courts have a duty to ensure that children will be financially cared for when a two-income household is divided. Judges in every state use the following steps to allocate financial responsibility to each divorcing parent: Comparing the Incomes of Each Parent … Continue reading How Do Courts Determine Child Support Amounts?
Just by driving in New Jersey, you give implied consent to blood alcohol content (BAC) chemical testing. In other words, the law states that you are obliged to submit to a test of your BAC if requested by a police office on suspicion that you are driving under the influence of alcohol. However, this doesn’t … Continue reading A Look at DUI Implied Consent Laws in New Jersey
Divorce is rarely an easy matter. Even the most amiable partners with the best and most loving intentions for ending their marriage can find themselves in the middle of confusing and overwhelming conflict. Learning to deal with conflicts that arise during this time is one of the best ways to manage the stress of divorce. … Continue reading Advice for Coping with Conflict in Your Divorce