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Understanding the New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act

New Jersey’s paid sick leave law went into effect on October 29. The New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act mandates that employers must provide a minimum of 40 hours of sick leave to their employees who work within the state. The law also stipulates that the employer must establish a 12-month benefit year, with a » Read More


Peaceful Parenting Time During the Holidays

Child custody disputes often arise during the holidays, when schedules are hectic and emotions are running high. If you need help requesting a modification to your custody order or negotiating custody over the holidays, contact an Ocean Township divorce lawyer at Fox & Melofchik, L.L.C. In the meantime, the following are some steps divorced couples » Read More


Age Discrimination in the Technology Field

It is no secret that there is a stereotypical demographic in the technology field regarding Generation Z and Millennial individuals; those young enough to commit to the demanding hours of the field. However, this stereotype is translating in real life, and older generations are beginning to suffer. Survey results indicate that nearly 50 percent of » Read More


Black Friday Shoppers Beware of Injuries

Black Friday is an ideal time to nab holiday bargains. Unfortunately, it is also a day where slip and fall injuries occur. On Black Friday, slip and fall injuries are more likely than normal to include bargain hunters getting into fights, with a slip and fall resulting from an assault. In New Jersey, late November » Read More


Thanksgiving Travel

While getting together with family and friends over Thanksgiving is often a joyous occasion, traveling to your dinner destination usually is not. Thanksgiving ranks as one of the busiest travel days of the year, and more vehicles on the road mean more accidents. Following basic Thanksgiving travel tips can make your driving experience over the » Read More


How to Handle Your First Thanksgiving Post-Divorce

Once a divorce has been negotiated, there will be several changes in your routine. One of the most poignant change is the fact that, under most circumstances, you will spend some holidays alone while the children are with your ex-spouse. The first Thanksgiving that comes around when your children are not with you has the » Read More


Rebuilding Your Relationship with Your Child After Divorce

When a divorce occurs, it can be difficult to maintain a perfect relationship with the child. Whether the child lives with the ex, or feels angry about the divorce, it is important to eliminate the negative feelings to improve the relationship. Should I Stay Friends with My Ex? During or after a divorce, it is » Read More


Rear-End Collision Liability

No one wants to end up getting in a rear-end collision accident, but these kinds of crashes account for almost 30 percent of all motor vehicle crashes. Although both parties involved can become injured, the driver that gets hit from the back is more likely to end up with a trip to the doctor or » Read More


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Understanding the New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act

November 30, 2019
New Jersey’s paid sick leave law went into effect on October 29. The New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Ac..

Peaceful Parenting Time During the Holidays

November 29, 2019
Child custody disputes often arise during the holidays, when schedules are hectic and emotions are r..