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Rehabilitative Alimony in New Jersey

Rehabilitative alimony is temporary alimony one spouse pays the other in an effort to “rehabilitate” them after a divorce. In most cases, rehabilitative alimony is given to a spouse that has been out of the workforce for some time – most likely to raise children, and has lost relevant work skills in the process. It » Read More


When Does a Step-Parent Pay Child Support?

Generally, a step-parent is not financially responsible for their spouse’s child. The law will not intervene and force a step-parent to contribute to child support unless special circumstances arise. Child support is calculated based on the income of the biological parents and living arrangements for the child. Types of Custody Parents and step-parents should be » Read More


Report Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is a leading cause of car accidents. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nine people are fatally injured every day from distracted driving accidents in the U.S. New Jersey was one of the first states to enact distracted driving laws in 2008 including a hand-held phone ban and texting ban » Read More


Autonomous Trucks and What They Mean for Truck Accident Claims

Many Americans are concerned about the automation of jobs, and for good reason; automation is currently happening across industries, changing the way many of us approach our work. One industry where automation plays a burgeoning role is the transportation industry. Embark, a California-based startup, has been testing its self-driving truck technology on Nevada roadways since » Read More


Domestic Violence Divorce Challenges

Facing a divorce can be a daunting process, particularly for those in abusive relationships. Not wanting to share their private struggles with the public, many people stay in toxic relationships without ever pursuing a divorce as an option. Oftentimes, these couples will stay in unhealthy relationships out of habit or fear of retaliation from their » Read More


Redesigned Motorcycle Helmet May Save Lives

There are amazing new advancements being made in safety technology. One recent development came in the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 (CES2017), the Cosmo Connected Helmet Brake Light. The Cosmo Connected Light is an LED brake light that can be mounted on a motorcycle helmet at driver eye level for the best possible visibility. Twelve LED » Read More


Exposure to Parents Fighting Can be Worse for a Child Than Divorce

Conventional wisdom says that a child is healthiest and happiest living in a home with two married parents. Research from the United Kingdom shows that children whose parents are divorced are more likely to have behavioral problems and lower cognitive skills than their peers with married parents. But the research also found that any gaps » Read More


Solar Eclipse Eye Injuries

On August 21, a total solar eclipse took place and was visible throughout the U.S. This was the first total solar eclipse visible across the United States since 1979. The eclipse drew widespread interest as many looked to the skies to take in this rare event. Occurring mid-day on a Monday, many employers hosted solar » Read More


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Rehabilitative Alimony in New Jersey

October 17, 2017
Rehabilitative alimony is temporary alimony one spouse pays the other in an effort to “rehabilitat..

When Does a Step-Parent Pay Child Support?

October 11, 2017
Generally, a step-parent is not financially responsible for their spouse’s child. The law will not..