Debt Division and Divorce Process

December 3, 2021

Dividing debts is usually a key component in the divorce process in New Jersey. Even in amicable relations, approaches can vary. Divorce is expensive. Not only do you split one household into two, but you also may have to pay other professionals to help you through the process in the best manner possible, like lawyers, accountants, and appraisers, for example. And if you ran up lots of debt during the marriage, expect to take on your fair share of the […]

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The Repercussions of Criminal Trespassing in New Jersey
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The Repercussions of Criminal Trespassing in New Jersey

November 29, 2021

In New Jersey, trespassing is a criminal offense. Yet, it isn’t simply going on someone else’s property without permission. So what is criminal trespassing, what do you do if someone has trespassed on your property, and how do you navigate the legal system if you have been charged with trespassing? What Constitutes Trespassing in New Jersey? According to NJSA 2C:18-3, trespassing can be considered a serious offense. In New Jersey, crimes are not considered misdemeanors or felonies. Instead, they are […]

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Child Custody Arrangements for Unmarried Parents in New Jersey

November 24, 2021

Not everyone feels the need to wed in today’s society, even when there are children in the relationship. Marriage is no longer seen as a prerequisite to having a family.  The freedom of being able to come and go, sharing in the lives of the children is usually the idea in the beginning.  However, oftentimes parents would like a more formal custody arrangement to establish the responsibilities and visitation schedule of each parent. Even when there is no formal relationship […]

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Can Grandparents Become Custodians of their Grandchildren in New Jersey?

November 19, 2021

If you have questions or doubts about grandparents securing child custody, what the process entails, and how you can get immediate help, contact our firm. Divorce can be complicated, even more so when children are involved. The decisions made by the parents and the court have a significant impact on the entire family. For grandparents, a divorce could mean an inability to see a grandchild.  In most circumstances, New Jersey courts support grandparents’ involvement who can contribute to the positive […]

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Criminal Coercion and its Implications in New Jersey

November 14, 2021

Learn About Criminal Coercion and how it is handled in the State of New Jersey Criminal coercion is against the law in New Jersey, and you could face steep fines and even jail time if you are convicted.  But what is coercion?  It is the restriction of another to engage or not engage in actions by using threats.  Coercion is making someone comply with your wishes at a penalty of risk to themselves or their reputation. There are several components […]

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