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I’m in the Middle of an Ugly Divorce in New Jersey, and I Hate my Lawyer

Alimony Divorce Family Law Christopher Leon Garibian Monday, July 29, 2019

Now what do I do? It is an unfortunate reality in the world of family law and divorce proceedings in New Jersey that at some point you will become disenchanted,...

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business valuation, changing divorce attorneys, Christopher Leon Garibian Esq., Complex divorce, equitable distribution, family law, New Jersey Divorce

Alimony, Taxes, and Advice in New Jersey Divorce

Alimony Divorce Family Law Kelly A. Skopak Monday, July 22, 2019

I am part of a small online community of women in Hunterdon County, New Jersey who engage in an information exchange, if you will.  Recently, a woman posted a question...

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alimony, Divorce, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, taxes, Weiner Law Group

How to Safeguard Your Business during PIP Litigation in New Jersey

Insurance Litigation Gwyneth K. Murray-Nolan Monday, July 15, 2019

The High Price of Insurance You started your trucking business in the early 1990’s.  What started as one-man operation has blossomed into a thriving, profitable business.  You play by the...

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Commercial Insurance, Gwyneth Murray-Nolan Esq., Insurance Litigation, PIP Litigation, Weiner Law Group

Ban the Box: Employment Fairness in New Jersey

Criminal Law Employment Law Jay V. Surgent Monday, July 8, 2019

In recent years, momentum for policies that aim to help level the playing field for job candidacy has surged. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is an organization that...

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Ban the Box, Criminal Law, ESQ., Jay Surgent, New Jersey white collar crime

The Roots of My Freedom

American History Ronald A. Berutti Monday, July 1, 2019

Independence Day is “my” day.  I feel that way because of the reaction I get every year from the assembled crowd which attends my reading and discussion of the Declaration...

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"my" day, 4th of July, Declaration of Independence, immigration stories, Independence Day

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