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March 2013 Archives

Cops base child support delinquency charges on Facebook evidence

Under New Jersey law, both parents are legally required to contribute to a child’s financial support. Child support orders are generally calculated with a formula that accounts for each parent’s income, the percentage of time the child spends at each parent’s home and the child’s expenses. It is very important that child support orders are

New Jersey gas station owner settles overtime pay lawsuit

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage & Hour Division has recently been cracking down on wage theft. Wage theft generally occurs when employers fail to pay the proper minimum wage or overtime rates as stipulated in the Fair Labor Standards Act. Additionally, when employers misclassify workers as exempt from the FLSA or otherwise skirt wages

Is it better to marry and divorce than to never marry at all?

Many people in New Jersey and all over the country are making decisions not to get married, even when they have children. In fact, the marriage rate in the U.S. is currently at a record low. One reason behind this trend may be the fact that so many people in their 20s and 30s grew

Can your New Jersey employer snoop through your email? Probably.

New Jersey residents may have heard the news report about Harvard faculty members becoming stunned and frustrated upon learning the university snooped through the work email accounts of 16 deans. Harvard did this to learn which dean leaked confidential information to the press about a cheating scandal at the university. While the faculty’s disappointment is

Domestic violence is on the rise in the wake of Sandy

In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, many New Jersey residents are continuing to face a number of serious struggles. One of the challenges that has not been reported in the news media much is one which is taking place mainly behind closed doors. Domestic violence has reportedly been on the rise in New Jersey since

Debate over alimony reform rages on in New Jersey

A little more than one year ago in this Princeton Family Law Blog, we discussed rumblings that were being made by advocacy groups and New Jersey lawmakers regarding alimony reform. Under New Jersey law, a person can be ordered to pay his or her ex-spouse alimony for a lifetime, and judges may take great discretion

Settlement reached in Pohatcong Township wrongful termination suit

When a person sues his or her employer, or former employer, the employer often attempts to quickly settle the lawsuit out of court. This is because it is generally less expensive as well as less damaging to the employer’s reputation to avoid litigation. In some cases, it is very beneficial for the plaintiff as well

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