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How Will the New Jersey Minimum Wage Hike Impact Me?

New Jersey has put into effect two laws that could impact your employment in a big way. The Governor and legislative leaders announced that they would be increasing New Jersey’s minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2024 for many employees. The law increasing New Jersey employees’ minimum wage from $8.85 per hour to $10 » Read More


What Should I Avoid When Thinking of Divorce?

Divorce is not easy and there is no right way to get through the process. Mistakes and other poor decisions are bound to be made because of how overwhelming things can become. The best way to lessen your chances of making critical mistakes is to gain as much information as possible. The following are factors » Read More


Dealing with Drunk Drivers

Braking for no reason, weaving in and out of lanes, and accelerating too quickly are all common behaviors exhibited by intoxicated drivers, but other drivers may not realize what is going on at first. This is because sober motorists might also do these things while driving. How can anyone tell the difference between a sober » Read More


Motorcycle Group Riding Tips

Warm weather means more motorcyclists on the road. When a motorcycle collides with a larger vehicle, the motorcyclist is often severely injured if they survive the crash. The following safety tips for motorcycle group riding can lessen the odds of an accident. Make Decisions Beforehand Before setting out, the group should hold a meeting and » Read More


What is Quid Pro Quo Sexual Harassment?

The Latin phrase, quid pro quo, is used to indicate a transaction. As a law term, a quid pro quo transaction has a problematic element. When that transaction involves an inappropriate sexual component, such as when a supervisor dangles a promotion as an incentive to perform sexual acts or threatens a subordinate’s job security over » Read More


Preparing for Child Custody Cases

Court decisions in child custody cases can be life changing. Thorough preparation will help parents understand what to expect and can also make the divorce process less stressful. To request custody rights, a parent must file a petition, which is then served on the other parent. The other parent must respond within a specified time » Read More


How Can I Deal with Workplace Retaliation?

Dealing with the aftermath of filing a discrimination charge can be as stressful as being discriminated against in the first place. Many individuals filing discrimination complaints face retaliatory actions by their employers, including termination of employment, transfers to less desirable positions, poor performance evaluations, denials of promotions or raises, exclusion from team meetings, and demotion. » Read More


Should I Change My Name After Divorce?

Many people change their names when they get married, but should they change them back if they file for divorce? This decision is one that should be taken very seriously, as it affects every individual differently. One of the best ways to determine if a post-divorce name change makes sense is to weigh the pros » Read More


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