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About teperlaw

I am an attorney practicing family law, immigration and wills and estate planning. You can find out more about me and my firm by visiting my website at: www.teperlaw.com 106 W. Franklin Ave. Pennington, NJ 08534 (609) 737-3030

“Sheridan Issues”

Sheridan v. Sheridan, 247 N.J. Super. 552 (Ch. Div. 1990) is a New Jersey case that requires trial judges to report evidence of any illegal activity to the proper authorities. In most matrimonial cases, this comes up in the context of … Continue reading

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Rescheduling Biometrics Appointment

Once an application for the immigration benefit is filed with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and the receipt notice(s) are mailed out, the next step is biometrics. A biometrics services appointment will be scheduled at a local Application … Continue reading

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Divorce and Your Finances

One of the biggest reasons that make getting a divorce so unpleasant is figuring out your finances. As horrifying as gathering all financial data may sound, many people have actually found the process of collecting and weighing financial information to … Continue reading

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Expunged Records and Immigration Cases

For most people with a minor criminal record that conviction becomes not only a personal embarrassment, but frequently also an employment problem. Having a criminal record can make finding and keeping a job much more difficult. Having a record that … Continue reading

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Making Your Divorce Easier On the Children

  As you find yourself getting consumed by your divorce, whether coping with anger, sadness, stress, or financial problems; keep your eyes open for signs that your children may be negatively affected by your divorce too. Keep in mind that unless … Continue reading

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The End of DACA

President Trump has ended the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals known as DACA program, which granted work permits to undocumented immigrants who arrived in the country as children. The White House plans to delay the enforcement of the president’s decision … Continue reading

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What to Do If You Receive the RFE (Request for Evidence)?

Supposedly about one in every ten immigration applications/petitions receive an RFE.  The first step to answering an RFE is to understand what USCIS is asking, was this information already provided, and if not – then why not, and who can provide … Continue reading

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