Don’t Delay: Top 5 Reasons to File for Divorce

When you are thinking about filing for divorce in New Jersey, you may be unsure about whether you are making the right decision. For most people considering a divorce, the possibility of dissolving the marriage has been imminent for quite some time. However, it can be difficult to make the final decision to actually move forward with the divorce process.

Author: Jessica Mazur | Practice Area: Family Law, Alimony, Spousal Support, and Separate Maintenance, Child Custody & Parenting Time, Child Support, Equitable Distribution of Assets and Liabilities

Top 5 Biggest Divorce Mistakes

Getting a divorce is a life changing event for all parties involved. Unlike other types of legal proceedings, divorce cases at times involve raw emotion, anger, betrayal, and even denial. Such emotions often lead individuals into taking actions that not only hurt their divorce case from a legal standpoint, but also exacerbate the overall emotional trauma for both sides.

Author: Jessica Mazur | Practice Area: Family Law, Mediation, Arbitration, and Alternatives to Litigation

NJ Governor Signs Law Banning Some Employment Non-Disclosure Agreements

In 2018, New Jersey legislators introduced companion bills S121 and A1242. The legislation was proposed in the wake of the #MeToo movement and sought to ban non-disclosure agreements arising from sexual harassment allegations. The bills met with substantial approval by New Jersey lawmakers, and this March, Governor Phil Murphy signed the legislation into law as an amendment to New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination.

Author: Jennifer Passannante | Practice Area: Labor & Employment Law

New Jersey Supreme Court Issues its Written Decision in the Consolidated Matters of Haines and Little and Reverses the Appellate Division

Haines v. Taft/Little v. Nishimura: The New Jersey Supreme Court Rules Motor Vehicle Accident Personal Injury Claimants Who Play the Name Your Own Price Insurance Option Get What They Pay For—No Ability to Sue the Tortfeasor for Medical Expenses amounting to less than $250,000.

Author: Frank Caruso | Practice Area: Automobile Liability, General Liability

5 Tips and Tricks on Being Deposed

So, your deposition has been noticed. Even if you have nerves of steel, being deposed can still be an incredibly stressful and nerve-wracking experience. Here are some tips on how to keep your cool and get through your deposition without breaking (too much of) a sweat.

Author: Andrea Mackaronis