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  • Cannot locate my spouse, can I still file for divorce? April 12, 2018 by Andrew Park -   Cannot locate my spouse while filing for divorce? Can I still file for divorce while lost touch with my spouse? The answer is absolutely yes. The law maker has designed a specific process for serving a missing spouse. Even though the process may take a little longer. When it comes to divorce, many people Read More
  • Prenuptial Agreement, do you need one? April 12, 2018 by Andrew Park - An opinion about Prenuptial Agreement from an experienced family attorney  Prenuptial Agreement, do you need one? Many of my clients would ask me that whether it is necessary to get one from an divorce attorney’s perspective. Before I state my personal opinions, I just want to share with you that based on a national survey, Read More
  • DWI/DUI Cases August 16, 2017 by Andrew Park - The first question asked by many of our clients is: "What is the difference between DWI and DUI?" The answer is they are the same thing. In New Jersey, the legislature named the drunk driving statute Driving While Intoxicated, whereas in many other states the statute is called Driving While Under the Influence. Either way, Read More
  • Important Information Regarding Expungements August 16, 2017 by James A. Caporrino - New Jersey state law permits a person to “expunge” or erase certain criminal records. If a person qualifies, the advantages of an expungement are tremendous. The law permits the expungement of records relating to an arrest, prosecution and/or conviction for an indictable offense (felony), a disorderly persons offense (misdemeanor) or a municipal or city ordinance Read More
  • A New Law Awards Attorney Fees to New Jersey Residential Tenants July 25, 2017 by James A. Caporrino - With a stated purpose of ensuring parity between landlords and tenants, a New Jersey law requires that when the lease gives the landlord a right to recover fees and expenses, a parallel implied covenant giving the same right to the tenant is to be read into the lease. 1. No fees allowed if no meritorious Read More
  • Dividing Marital Wealth and Assets in New Jersey July 25, 2017 by Andrew Park - There are two types of marital asset distribution in the United States: 1. Equitable Distribution, 2. Community Property Distribution. New Jersey applies the Equitable Distribution law. This means that rather than splitting all marital assets 50-50, the courts look at the level of contribution each individual has put into obtaining the marital assets. New Jersey Read More
  • Introduction to Chapter 7 Bankruptcy July 20, 2017 by Andrew Park - You should file for chapter 7 bankruptcy when you are no longer able to meeting your financial responsibilities and require a fresh start. Bankruptcy is governed by Title 11 of United States Code, a federal law, and the process does not vary widely from state to state. Bankruptcies are generally described as either liquidation or Read More

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  • Introduction to Chapter 7 Bankruptcy July 20, 2017 by Andrew Park - You should file for chapter 7 bankruptcy when you are no longer able to meeting your financial responsibilities and require a fresh start. Bankruptcy is governed by Title 11 of United States Code, a federal law, and the process does not vary widely from state to state. Bankruptcies are generally described as either liquidation or Read More

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  • Important Information Regarding Expungements August 16, 2017 by James A. Caporrino - New Jersey state law permits a person to “expunge” or erase certain criminal records. If a person qualifies, the advantages of an expungement are tremendous. The law permits the expungement of records relating to an arrest, prosecution and/or conviction for an indictable offense (felony), a disorderly persons offense (misdemeanor) or a municipal or city ordinance Read More

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  • Cannot locate my spouse, can I still file for divorce? April 12, 2018 by Andrew Park -   Cannot locate my spouse while filing for divorce? Can I still file for divorce while lost touch with my spouse? The answer is absolutely yes. The law maker has designed a specific process for serving a missing spouse. Even though the process may take a little longer. When it comes to divorce, many people Read More
  • Prenuptial Agreement, do you need one? April 12, 2018 by Andrew Park - An opinion about Prenuptial Agreement from an experienced family attorney  Prenuptial Agreement, do you need one? Many of my clients would ask me that whether it is necessary to get one from an divorce attorney’s perspective. Before I state my personal opinions, I just want to share with you that based on a national survey, Read More
  • Dividing Marital Wealth and Assets in New Jersey July 25, 2017 by Andrew Park - There are two types of marital asset distribution in the United States: 1. Equitable Distribution, 2. Community Property Distribution. New Jersey applies the Equitable Distribution law. This means that rather than splitting all marital assets 50-50, the courts look at the level of contribution each individual has put into obtaining the marital assets. New Jersey Read More

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  • DWI/DUI Cases August 16, 2017 by Andrew Park - The first question asked by many of our clients is: "What is the difference between DWI and DUI?" The answer is they are the same thing. In New Jersey, the legislature named the drunk driving statute Driving While Intoxicated, whereas in many other states the statute is called Driving While Under the Influence. Either way, Read More

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  • A New Law Awards Attorney Fees to New Jersey Residential Tenants July 25, 2017 by James A. Caporrino - With a stated purpose of ensuring parity between landlords and tenants, a New Jersey law requires that when the lease gives the landlord a right to recover fees and expenses, a parallel implied covenant giving the same right to the tenant is to be read into the lease. 1. No fees allowed if no meritorious Read More