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The Importance of Buckling Up in the Back Seat

Wearing your seat belt is one of the easiest ways to keep yourself safe in a vehicle in the event of a car accident. Seat belts are specifically designed to keep the body immobile during a vehicle collision, which can ultimately save lives. Both drivers and passengers benefit from seat belts; however, New Jersey laws » Read More


Filing a Grievance at Work

If you are experiencing employment issues at your workplace, you may consider filing a grievance with your employer’s human resources department. A grievance is a formal complaint filed by an individual or group. When a group files a grievance, it generally concerns a contract or collective bargaining agreement violation. For an individual, such a filing » Read More


Updating a Will and Estate Planning Due to a Divorce

Getting divorced is a difficult and often emotional process that requires a lot of paperwork and a proper division and distribution of assets. There are many important steps to take when getting a divorce, but updating your will and estate plan could be one of the most important processes. Many people only consider the aftermath » Read More


Do I Need A Personal Injury Lawyer?

An accident that results in personal injury, whether in the workplace, on the road, or otherwise due to someone’s negligence, is a disruptive and sometimes devastating situation for the victim. Victims of an injury may not realize the legal, financial, and emotional aspects of dealing with the process to get compensation and medical care, or » Read More


What to Do When Inclement Weather Affects Custodial Exchanges

Child custody can be extremely complicated aspect of divorce. But even after schedules have finally been secured, they may just get rearranged due to Mother Nature. In New Jersey, many custody orders are actually laid out with consideration of inclement weather and school cancellations in mind. Though the state family courts always try to enforce » Read More


At Will Employment and Wrongful Termination

Many workers who engage in “at-will” employment relationships misunderstand the effect being an at-will employee has on their ability to bring a wrongful termination claim. Yet even at-will employees can be wrongfully terminated under certain circumstances. Who are At-will Employees? Any worker who has not signed an employment contract with their employer is an at-will » Read More


Claiming Children on Taxes After Divorce

Divorce can create a lot of confusion and can prove even more complicated for those with children. From alimony to child support, there are many financial aspects of divorce to figure out. One such issue that may be overlooked among all the expenses is who should claim the child on their taxes. Per federal regulation, » Read More


Pregnancy Discrimination in the Workplace

Although anti-discrimination employment laws have evolved through past decades, many people are still mistreated at work, including pregnant women. The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) specifies that it is illegal to treat employees differently based on their age, race, marital status, and many other categories, including the person’s sex. This last category includes pregnancy; » Read More


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The Importance of Buckling Up in the Back Seat

February 15, 2019
Wearing your seat belt is one of the easiest ways to keep yourself safe in a vehicle in the event of..

Filing a Grievance at Work

February 13, 2019
If you are experiencing employment issues at your workplace, you may consider filing a grievance wit..