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Family Law What You Need To Know About Child Custody In New Jersey

Navigating child custody laws are tricky, but with the help of family law attorneys and some quick research, you can sort out the facts you

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Family Law Incredible Will Power: 5 Of History’s Strangest Wills

A person’s last will and testament is the official document that instructs the living how to divide up their earthly goods. No matter

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Family Law 4 Tips for Using Social Media During a Divorce

It’s a fact of the modern day that social media has become an all too intertwined aspect of society. People use it to post photos, upd

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Estate Planning 3 Things About Estate Litigation Worth Reading

When a loved one passes away, it can be hard to turn your attention towards dealing with their estate. You may feel as though you’re n

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Family Law Preparing for the Worst: 3 Reasons to Get a Prenup

As you prepare for the best day of your life, you don’t want to think about the possibility of divorce. While you never want to imagine yo

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Family Law 3 Things About Divorce That You Should Know Beforehand

Divorce is never a pleasant experience, yet it is often the only rational outcome of certain relationships. There’s no shame in it. De

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Family Law The 3 Main Reasons People Choose to Do Estate Planning

A survey of individuals who have not yet written their will were asked why they had not done so. Their response: 57% said they just have not

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General Law The Importance of Your Future: 3 FAQs About Writing a Will

Typically, it should only take about 10 to 15 minutes to draft a will. Even though this process is quite simple, far too many Americans refr

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General Law Prenuptial Guidance: Maneuvering An Uncomfortable Subject

Divorce attorneys agree and the statistics say that after a marriage of 10 years, the probability of a first marriage ending is 33%. Between

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General Law When There Is A Will There Is A Way: What Not To Include In A Will

It is always a wise decision to leave a last will and testament. However, only 72% of seniors in the U.S. have a living will. A will is what

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