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November 2015 Archives

Beyond NJ Child Support: Ponying Up for Children’s Extracurricular Activities.

In days gone by, children came home from school, grabbed a quick snack, and headed outside to play with the neighborhood kids, for hours on end. Today, few hours of a child’s day are left unscheduled, with organized extracurricular activities taking up most of the time that a child is not in school. In New

New Jersey Employees: Disabilities, Employment and Your Rights

New Jersey law provides broad protections for employees with disabilities, in addition to employees’ rights under the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The law interprets the term “disability” broadly and includes: Walking , seeing, reading, bending, and communicating. Major bodily functions, such as the immune system, normal cell growth, digestive, bowel, bladder, respiratory, neurological,

Legal Fees and Costs in New Jersey Divorces: What you need to know!

Under normal circumstances, parties seeking a divorce are each responsible to pay for their own lawyers. While free legal clinics and pro bono representation may be available, middle class people and the wealthy seek the best lawyers they can afford.  When it comes to fighting for their rights on custody, finances, and property/debt division, people

See Spot Stay! The Law of Pet Custody in New Jersey.

Starting in the 1970s, Americans have been having fewer children each year, with New Jersey counted among the states in the nation contributing to ever-declining birth rates. While we may be having fewer children, pets seem to play an increasingly important role in our lives. From therapy dogs to good old house cats, our pets

N.J. Divorce and Taxes: Income Misstatement, Fraud, and the Innocent Spouse Rule

For some, divorce seems like the right time to air all of the family’s dirty laundry. This may be especially true when a spouse discovers that their ex understated or ignored income on previously filed tax returns. A dependent spouse who knows about tax fraud may come to realize that unreported income will not be

Wage Theft Law: New Jersey Employers Could Face Stiff Fines and Imprisonment for Not Paying Proper Overtime

Is your employer paying you for your overtime work?  Do you work more than 40 hours a week? If your weekly hours exceed 40 (measured weekly and not averaged over two or more weeks), then your employer should be paying you one-and-a-half times your hourly rate of pay.  Even if you are on salary, you

N.J. Domestic Violence and Divorce: A Crisis in Search of Solutions.

Despite decades of public awareness campaigns and millions of dollars in state-wide initiatives, domestic violence remains a major problem in New Jersey homes. The 2014 statistics related to New Jersey incidents of domestic violence show that our State has reached crisis levels, with 90,000 hotline calls and 14,000 victims and children provided essential services. On

Workplace wellness programs and pregnancy discrimination

Workplace wellness programs are becoming more and more common throughout the nation. Accordingly, it is likely that many New Jersey residents reading this have been asked by their employer to participate in such a program. Employers are using these to keep healthcare costs down by providing workers with information regarding how they might improve their

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