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New Year in New Jersey is Almost Here

The end of another year is upon us, and it seems like 2018 came and went. 2018 brought a lot of changes including some new laws, some interesting legislative bills that may become laws, and some hot legal topics. Let’s … Continue reading

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Parenting Time During Holidays

Holidays often bring to us thoughts of presents, tasty treats, and time with family. For a recently divorced family, however, it can seem hard to partake in the holiday cheer, and instead the holiday season can stir up emotions of … Continue reading

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Family Law and Mediation

Family law mediation or divorce mediation is a low conflict process that you can use to help you reach an amicable agreement without a lengthy court battle. In divorces, emotions can quickly spiral out of control, complicating matters and causing … Continue reading

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Child Support Termination in New Jersey – New Law Becomes Effective February 1, 2017

New Jersey’s new emancipation statute is taking effect on February 1, 2017 and it will impact when and how child support orders come to an end. The new law will apply to all child support orders issued prior to or … Continue reading

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US Citizenship and Elderly

We regularly receive calls from the elderly green card holders or their adult children who want to know how someone can become a US citizen if he or she is unable to prepare for the English history test and/or is not … Continue reading

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Types of Divorce: Fault v. No-Fault

Many people still seem to think that it’s better to get divorced using fault grounds rather than filing for a no fault divorce; and while many states no longer even have divorces based on fault grounds, there are still some … Continue reading

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AG/BIA New Precedent Decision 10/12/2016

Matter of SILVA-TREVINO, 26 I&N Dec. 826 (BIA 2016) The BIA concluded that the categorical and modified categorical approaches provide the proper framework for determining when a conviction is for a crime involving moral turpitude (CIMT). The BIA further found … Continue reading

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