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  • Benefits to Resolving Your Personal Injury Case Out of Court

    Benefits to Resolving Your Personal Injury Case Out of Court

    Home About Services Legal FAQs Testimonials Resources Contact Us Facebook-f Linkedin-in Twitter (201) 488-1825 Accidents happen and are an unfortunate fact of life. The thing that we as individuals do have control over is how we choose to react when faced with a personal injury due to an accident. From the legal perspective, there are […]

  • 10 Things You Need to Do After a Car Accident

    10 Things You Need to Do After a Car Accident

    Home About Services Legal FAQs Testimonials Resources Contact Us Facebook-f Linkedin-in Twitter (201) 488-1825 Accidents happen and are an unfortunate fact of life. The thing that we as individuals do have control over is how we choose to react when faced with a personal injury due to an accident. From the legal perspective, there are […]

  • Wills and Trusts: What You Need to Know

    Wills and Trusts: What You Need to Know

    Home About Services Legal FAQs Testimonials Resources Contact Us Facebook-f Linkedin-in Twitter (201) 488-1825 When a person passes away, their loved ones are left to handle important legal and financial matters. Having a will and trust in place ensures the process is made more manageable. Proper planning can help reduce stress for your family members […]

  • What to Do If You Are Served with Divorce Papers

    What to Do If You Are Served with Divorce Papers

    Home About Services Legal FAQs Testimonials Resources Contact Us Facebook-f Linkedin-in Twitter (201) 488-1825 In many divorce cases, both parties know that a divorce is on the horizon, but in some cases, one person may have no idea the other party wants a divorce. Regardless of the situation, in almost every case, being served with […]

  • Common Injuries Suffered in Slip and Fall Accidents

    Common Injuries Suffered in Slip and Fall Accidents

    Home About Services Legal FAQs Testimonials Resources Contact Us Facebook-f Linkedin-in Twitter (201) 488-1825 Each year over a million people in the United States end up in the emergency room because of a slip and fall accident. Although some slip and fall accidents are minor, many can cause serious injuries, leaving victims in extreme pain […]

  • An Overview of New Jersey Probate

    An Overview of New Jersey Probate

    Home About Services Legal FAQs Testimonials Resources Contact Us Facebook-f Linkedin-in Twitter (201) 488-1825 Probate is the legal process that takes place after someone dies, which may involve paperwork and multiple court appearances. Probate proceedings are generally required when the deceased individual owned assets in his or her name only. This may include bank accounts, […]

  • Grounds for Divorce in New Jersey

    Grounds for Divorce in New Jersey

    Home About Services Legal FAQs Testimonials Resources Contact Us Facebook-f Linkedin-in Twitter (201) 488-1825 When a couple files for divorce, they must cite a clear and acceptable reason for the dissolution of their marriage. These adequate causes for divorce are outlined in New Jersey Statute 2A:34-2. There are both “no fault” and “at fault” grounds […]

  • New Jersey Slip and Fall Laws and Compensation

    New Jersey Slip and Fall Laws and Compensation

    When one is involved in a slip and fall accident due to a negligent or hazardous condition on a property, it may cause physical, emotional, and financial harm.

  • New Jersey Divorce: Dividing Marital Assets

    New Jersey Divorce: Dividing Marital Assets

    New Jersey is an equitable distribution state, meaning that marital property is not necessarily equally divided but is divided between spouses in a manner that the court considers fair and equitable.

  • Are You Up to Speed on Your Parental Visitation Rights This Holiday Season?

    Are You Up to Speed on Your Parental Visitation Rights This Holiday Season?

    Home About Services Legal FAQs Testimonials Resources Contact Us Facebook-f Linkedin-in Twitter (201) 488-1825 May 27, 2020 In general, the New Jersey courts encourage parents to try and work out a holiday visitation schedule without proceeding to a hearing. The court will mainly focus on the best interests of the child and will value the […]