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Can Social Media Affect My Employment Law Claim?

Today, most people use social media. According to the Pew Research Center, about seven in ten Americans use social media for various reasons. If you are like most people, posting on social media and looking at other people’s posts is a part of your daily life. If you are an employee with an employment law…
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Why Should You Work With an Adoption Attorney?

Every year, more than 100,000 children are adopted in the U.S. across all types of adoptions. It is estimated that approximately five million Americans alive...
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Wrongful Termination in New Jersey

Unless contractual obligations exist, employees in New Jersey are considered “at-will.” An employer can fire an at-will employee at any time for any reason or...
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Types of Adoption in New Jersey

Adoption is the legal process in which individuals or couples take on the responsibility of raising a child when the child is unable to remain...
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A Guide to the PUMP Act

In December 2022, the Consolidated Appropriations Act 2023 was signed into law. This Act includes several provisions that affect employers and employees, including the Providing...
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Common Divorce Mistakes to Avoid During a New Jersey Divorce

If you are going through a divorce in New Jersey, it is vital that you understand the things you should do and those you should...
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Reasons an Employer Can and Cannot Fire You in New Jersey

Like many other states, New Jersey is an at-will employment state. In such a state, an employer can fire an employee for any reason. However,...
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How to Prepare for a New Jersey Divorce (Part 2)

If you are about to go through a New Jersey divorce, it is vital that you take the necessary steps to prepare. Preparing adequately for...
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Understanding When Severance Pay Could Be a Cover-Up

Sometimes, employers need to reduce the number of employees in a company. An employer may need to terminate an employee’s employment for reasons unrelated to...
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How to Prepare for a New Jersey Divorce (Part 1)

If you are about to get a New Jersey divorce, there are several things you want to do to prepare. While divorce can be complex,...
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Steps in a New Jersey Divorce

If you are about to file a divorce complaint, it is crucial that you understand what to expect during the divorce process. Indeed, each case...
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Can I Be Fired Due To Disability Caused Performance Issues?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits the discrimination of people with disabilities in workplaces, schools, and other areas. When it comes to employment, it...
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Top Five Divorce Law Myths in New Jersey Debunked

If you are facing a divorce in New Jersey, having accurate information about the state’s divorce laws is a crucial part of the process. If...
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Can Social Media Affect My Employment Law Claim?

Today, most people use social media. According to the Pew Research Center, about seven in ten Americans use social media ...
Read More

Why Should You Work With an Adoption Attorney?

Every year, more than 100,000 children are adopted in the U.S. across all types of adoptions. It is estimated that ...
Read More

Wrongful Termination in New Jersey

Unless contractual obligations exist, employees in New Jersey are considered “at-will.” An employer can fire an at-will employee at any ...
Read More

Types of Adoption in New Jersey

Adoption is the legal process in which individuals or couples take on the responsibility of raising a child when the ...
Read More

A Guide to the PUMP Act

In December 2022, the Consolidated Appropriations Act 2023 was signed into law. This Act includes several provisions that affect employers ...
Read More

Common Divorce Mistakes to Avoid During a New Jersey Divorce

If you are going through a divorce in New Jersey, it is vital that you understand the things you should ...
Read More

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