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Common Law Marriage and Divorce Myths

More Americans are choosing to delay marriage than ever before. The average age of first marriage is 27 for women and 29 for men, a significant hike from previous decades. Rather than officially tie the knot, many Americans are opting to cohabitate with their partners. However, when couples split up, they may find they have » Read More


Tailgating and Rear-End Car Accidents

The National Safety Council has identified the “fatal four” driver errors most likely to cause a serious rear-end collision. Tailgating, or following too closely to the car ahead is one of these fatal four behaviors. Many drivers believe tailgating will somehow get them to their destination faster. But research shows, not only does tailgating have » Read More


Pets Involved in a Divorce

According the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), 70 to 80 million dogs and 74 to 96 million cats are owned in the U.S. The American Pet Products Association reports that approximately 44 percent of U.S. households have a dog and 35 percent have a cat. Many people consider their pets » Read More


Distracted Driving a Top Factor in New Jersey Car Accidents

April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. As much as we know about the dangers of distracted driving, Americans do not seem to be getting the message. According to recent studies, drivers are using their smartphones an average of 3.5 minutes every hour on 88 percent of trips. New Jersey is no exception to this » Read More


Lower BAC Threshold May Reduce Fatalities

Recent research conducted by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine resulted in new recommended measures for states to adopt to reduce drunk driving car accidents and fatalities on their roadways. These proposed measures would strengthen existing laws and, in some cases, impose stricter limits than those already in place. Others are meant to » Read More


No Fault vs. Fault Divorce in New Jersey

If you are planning to file for divorce in New Jersey, you have options for how you may choose to file. The standard for no-fault divorce is to file on the grounds of irreconcilable differences. The phrase simply means you and your spouse do not get along, and no other reason for the divorce is » Read More


Financial Concerns for Dependent Spouses During Divorce

For spouses who have been financially-dependent on their partner during the course of the marriage, life after divorce can be especially uncertain. Spouses who deferred financial decisions and responsibility to their spouse often do not know what they will need to live as a single person. An experienced divorce lawyer can help dependent spouses navigate » Read More


How to Tell if Your Used Car is Safe

Used cars are not equipped with modern technology such as adaptive headlights, rollover prevention, and dynamic brake control. Fortunately, these are not necessary components of a well-functioning car. However, there are certain parts that need to be monitored and fixed in a used vehicle to ensure it is safe to drive. Tires Tires should be » Read More


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Common Law Marriage and Divorce Myths

April 16, 2018
More Americans are choosing to delay marriage than ever before. The average age of first marriage is..

Tailgating and Rear-End Car Accidents

April 9, 2018
The National Safety Council has identified the “fatal four” driver errors most likely to cause a..