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September 2012 Archives

Postnuptial agreements can help New Jersey couples in a divorce

We have previously written on our blog about the benefits that prenuptial agreements can provide spouses in the event of a divorce. These agreements can reduce conflict and ensure that issues such as property division and debt allocation are handled smoothly and efficiently. Prenuptial agreements may be particularly useful for older couples who are remarrying

Some defendants in workplace discrimination suits still employed

In some workplace discrimination lawsuits filed by New Jersey state employees, records show that some of the defendants named in the suits still retain their old positions, even after the cases have been settled. Take the matter of one NJ Transit worker, who sued alleging that other employees subjected him to a hostile work environment

Former Panera employee settles racial discrimination lawsuit

Panera Bread restaurants are common throughout New Jersey, but a string of stores run by a particular franchisee in nearby states has recently been the subject of an employment discrimination lawsuit. Earlier this week, the two sides reached a settlement in the case, although the exact amount of the damages is unknown at present. The

Mother seeks custody of child whom father brought to New Jersey

We have had many occasions to write on child removal cases before on our blog. In some of those cases, we noted the difficulty one parent faces in obtaining custody of a child when the other parent takes the child out of the country. In a reversal of those earlier stories, a case has developed

New Jersey corrections officers win racial discrimination case

A New Jersey jury has recently found that two men who worked for the State Department of Corrections were the victims of racial discrimination. According to the plaintiffs’ evidence introduced at trial, the two officers were subjected to demeaning racial slurs from their supervisors, who also permitted inmates to participate in the verbal abuse. The

New Jersey court denies ex-husband’s alimony modification request

Divorce settlements are meant to provide a fair arrangement for each spouse. As divorced couples know, however, certain changes can occur after the settlement becomes final that upset the initial balance of fairness. In the case of alimony, a subsequent modification may be available if one or both parties have experienced a substantial change in

Bullying in the workplace and how to stop it

Bullying in New Jersey can happen anywhere, even in the workplace. Workplace bullying is more common than people think. In fact, surveys show that 35 percent of American employees have been bullied in the workplace. Workplace bullying is not something that people should simply “live with.”  Such misconduct creates a hostile work environment that, in

Divorce and back-to-school plans

For New Jersey parents who are going through a divorce or are newly divorced, back-to-school time may be far more complicated this year than it has been in the past. There are many decisions to be made at this time of year that will affect your children and their education. One of the things that

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