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Archive for May 2019

Protecting Your Child Against Juvenile Charges

Milltown Juvenile Defense Attorney Parents do their best to instill strong values in their children. Unfortunately, running with the wrong crowd, making an error in judgment, or simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time could put your children on the wrong side of the law. While juvenile charges are handled differently than…

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Important Assets That Often Go Undetected in Divorce Proceedings

Marital property and asset division plays an important role in divorce proceedings. Decisions made have the potential to impact you, your financial security, and your ability to recover in the months and years to come. It is important to get legal guidance in regards to these matters from an experienced Milltown divorce attorney before signing…

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Creating a Parenting Plan for Your Child

Children benefit by having both of their parents play an active and engaged role in their lives. The New Jersey Courts recognize this and encourage both parties in child custody proceedings to work together to create a parenting plan. The following outlines tips for making a parenting plan that will benefit both you and your…

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Older Adults and Divorce

With advances in extending health and vitality on into later years, older adults find themselves with more options in terms of their lifestyle. While this has numerous benefits, one adverse impact seems to be an increasing divorce rate. Older couples who may have been married for decades are now considering divorce as an option in…

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Four Common Crimes That Occur Over Spring Break

Four Common Crimes That Occur Over Spring Break   Spring break offers a chance for college students to take their focus off classes, homework, and studying in order to have some fun. For adults, spring break offers the opportunity to enjoy themselves, as well, whether it involves a weekend trip to the beach or just…

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Authorities Expand Guidelines for Hate Crimes in New Jersey

Hate crimes target, threaten, or otherwise victimize a person or group of people based on the fact that they are ‘different’ from others. Previously, these types of charges involved people of different races, religions, or ethnicities. However, authorities in New Jersey have recently moved to expand the guidelines to include others who commonly fall victim…

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