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What can a Divorce Lawyer in NJ do for Me?

When you realize that no amount of couples counseling will save your marriage, it is time to begin the divorce process in New Jersey. Even though you have struggled mightily in your relationship and knew this was coming, it can still be a challenging and upsetting time in your life. It is also a process that you should never navigate alone. That is why you should enlist the help of an... ❯❯❯

What Happens If My Spouse Dies During Our Divorce?

Divorces can take a long time.  Some divorces take years.  During that time disease or an accident can strike where one party to the divorce dies.  What happens to the divorce when a spouse dies? In most states, the divorce action simply gets dismissed when one spouse dies.  Most of the issues in a divorce automatically resolve themselves after the death of a party. You... ❯❯❯

7 Effective Ways to Deal With Personal Injury Insurers

Dealing with an insurance company can be difficult because it feels like they have the upper hand. Quite frankly, in many ways they do, especially if you are unfamiliar with the claims process. Below are seven effective ways to deal with personal injury insurers so that your rights are preserved. Don’t Assume Fairness One of the primary facts that you need to know about dealing with... ❯❯❯

7 Things to Prepare Before Filing A Cyber Bullying Case

With the rise of cyber bullying cases, more and more precedent is being set throughout the nation. Any rapidly advancing field of law will undergo an intense amount of change and it is important to be prepared for whatever your attorney may need to move forward in your case. There are some steps you can take to prepare yourself, your family, and your child from the impending case. Talk With... ❯❯❯

5 Tips for First Time DUI Offenders

The sad reality is that a large number of drunk drivers are repeat offenders. Call it whatever name you want, driving under the influence is a crime in the United States of America and in most parts of the world today. The penalties for drunk driving are high, although this law differs from state to state.  Worst off, if you are involved in an accident that injured or took the life of... ❯❯❯

Basic Concepts of Business Law that Are Crucial To Your Business

Are you an owner of a small enterprise? If yes, then you must be aware of the legal aspects of running a venture. Internet marketing has made business possible for everyone throughout the world; it is also good to understand the rules and regulations of doing business. As an entrepreneur, you don’t necessarily need a degree in business, but it is advisable to take some business courses. By... ❯❯❯

4 Common Misconceptions People Have About Child Custody

Child custody is one of the most contentious aspects of divorce. It is also one of the areas that are the most misunderstood. Many people have misconceptions about child custody which are often fueled by misinformation from friends and family in addition to the difficult to understand legal terminology. Here are 4 common misconceptions people have about child custody. We’ll also share the... ❯❯❯

How Car Accident Claims Involving Uber or Lyft Are Different From Other Types of Auto Accident Claims

When people are injured in Uber or Lyft accidents as passengers or drivers, the claims process may differ considerably from other types of motor vehicle accidents. The key difference with ride-share accidents is the potential recovery sources. Getting medical care, information from the other driver, accident report, and other relevant information will all still be important. People will also want... ❯❯❯

How does Workers' Comp "No-Fault" Systems Work?

The worker’s compensation program ensures that injured employees in the line of duty are able to receive monetary compensation to cater for medical bills and a part of their wages should they be physically impaired from going to work.  Under the program both employers and employees have a number of responsibilities to fulfill under the law. Understanding correctly the worker’s... ❯❯❯

States that have "Super Drunk" DUI laws

The super drunk laws are also known as the High alcohol enhanced penalty law which first came into effect in the state of Michigan to address a certain class of driving under the influence (DUI) offenders. The law specially addresses those with very high levels of alcohol in the system. These set of individuals have high BAC(blood-alcohol content) readings in a breathe testing device.  The... ❯❯❯