How can I enforce a family court order?

When a judge in New Jersey’s family court system issues an order, the parties involved are legally obligated to follow that order. Often, the court will issue orders related to child support, spousal support, child custody, visitation, and other matters related to the family. Unfortunately, there are often situations in which one of the individuals […]

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How do I bring a personal injury lawsuit against the State of New Jersey or other government entity?

You may find yourself in a situation where you believe you have been injured because of the negligence of the State of New Jersey, a local municipality, or other government agency.   You might feel as though it is not worth bringing a lawsuit because it can be intimidating to sue the State or other governing […]

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How do I meet the duration requirement for disability?

When an individual becomes disabled and is no longer able to work, applying for Social Security benefits can help in keeping that individual and their family financially secure.  However, there are many factors and requirements that individuals must meet in order to qualify for benefits. One of these requirements is that the disability must have […]

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New Jersey Child Support

When individuals go through a divorce and have children, one parent is often deemed the “custodial parent,” while the other is the “noncustodial parent.” The noncustodial parent will often be required to make child support payments because in New Jersey, parents are obligated to financially support their child until they are emancipated. The age of […]

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