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December 2016 Archives

Divorcing Better in the New Year

For many, divorce is a fact of life. It affects at least half of all married couples. Divorce can be messy and difficult, especially if there are children involved. The New Year is a good time to reevaluate your relationship with your divorce. This may seem like an odd concept, yet it has plenty of

Six Surprising Reasons Your NJ Employer Lawfully May Fire You

Everyone knows it is illegal to fire an employee for a reason that is protected by the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964, the NJ Law Against Discrimination, and all protected categories that have been added since. However, some employees may not be aware that there are certain types of discrimination that are still legal

“Can I Sue My Spouse For Emotional Abuse And Defamation Here In NJ?”

A tort is a civil wrong done by one party against another — whether intentional or unintentional, and whether or not the parties are married — that results in physical or emotional injury or both to the victim. In a divorce case, in addition to the usual list of controverted items (child custody and parenting

How Should Employers Handle Post-Election Dissent in the Workplace?

Tempers are flaring these days, following a heated presidential race and the election of a provocative figure to the Oval Office. If your workplace is filled with tension and controversy in the aftermath, here are some tips for employers to keep things on the cool side: Avoid discrimination lawsuits — Keep in mind that workplace

“The Children And I Are Victims Of Parental Alienation: What Is Our Recourse Under NJ Law?”

Divorce is a stressful event for parents and children alike, and sometimes parents react to the stress of divorce in destructive ways, to self and others. Parental Alienation has gained recognition in recent years as a condition that can cause extreme psychological harm to the children of divorce and their alienated parent. Parental alienation is

President Obama Encourages States to Ban Non-Competes for Lower-Paid Workers Who Can’t Harm the Employer

When an employee leaves one job and heads for another, the former employer frequently requires them to sign a non-compete as part of a negotiated severance package. This agreement often states that the employee will not use any position, skills, or contacts acquired in one job to further their career or advance in the next

In NJ, Under What Circumstances May I Lawfully Record My Child’s Conversations With My Ex-Spouse?

In a high-conflict divorce, one parent may be tempted to record phone conversations between a minor child and the other parent. In this age of rapidly advancing technology, children communicate through a variety of electronic media, and a parent with concerns might be hard-pressed to keep up. If a primary parent suspects inappropriate communication between

Spotlight on NJ: Immigrant and Minority Temp Workers Face Serious Abuse

Many immigrants leave impoverished and war-torn countries to seek a better life here in the U.S., the land of opportunity. In recent years, however, industries seeking a workforce willing and able to fill blue-collar, low paying positions in factories and warehouses, have filled vacancies with immigrant and illegal workers who can’t afford to make demands.

Two Homes, One Childhood: Co-Parenting After a NJ Divorce

The number of children under the age of 18 living in one home with two married parents has hit an all-time low, nationally.  At the same time, the nation’s lawyers, social workers, and judges scramble to make post-divorce co-parenting a working success. In his new book, Two Homes, One Childhood, psychologist and divorce expert Robert

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