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When Can the Terms of a Pre-Nuptial Agreement Be Deemed Unconscionable?

When future spouses execute a prenuptial agreement, they intend to create a valid document that will dictate the division of property and other financial matters should they divorce. Other aspects of an agreement can dictate the surviving spouse’s entitlement upon the death of the other spouse. Provisions of their agreement, however, may be deemed unconscionable […]

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Can I Have My Criminal Record Expunged in New Jersey?

If you have been convicted of a crime, you most likely have experienced the repercussions of a criminal record. Fortunately, certain crimes are eligible for expungement, which can virtually eliminate the long-term effects of a criminal record. Please continue reading and speak with our experienced New Jersey criminal defense attorneys to learn more about expungement. […]

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What Happens if I Get a DUI in New Jersey?

Although driving under the influence is both dangerous and illegal, people still do it. While we understand that a lapse in judgment does not make you a bad person, New Jersey courts will still seek to impose harsh punishment upon those convicted of driving under the influence. Please read on and reach out to our […]

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Richard Weiner, Esq. Takes Part in a Webinar Discussing COVID-19 Economic Issues for Law Firms & Small Businesses

Richard H. Weiner, Esq. was recently featured as a panelist on a webinar panel conducted by the Bergen County Bar Association, where they discuss how law firms and small businesses can stay afloat during this unprecedented time. Among other things, Attorney Weiner talks about various economic issues brought on by the new coronavirus, including the […]

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What Should I Not Do When Getting A Divorce?

Divorces are frequently emotionally charged, complicated, and expensive. Therefore, it is always best to hire an experienced New Jersey family law attorneys to guide you through the process. However, though we can help you do the right thing legally, you must ensure you do not do the wrong thing for the process to go as […]

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The Latest in COVID-19 New Jersey Mortgage & Utility Relief

New Jersey residents who are experiencing financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic are being offered economic relief with regard to their mortgage and utility obligations. A summary of the initiatives being implemented is listed below. Mortgage Forbearance On March 28, 2020, Governor Phil Murphy announced that New Jersey homeowners who are suffering […]

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What is Equitable Distribution?

Divorce is frequently both emotionally and financially exhausting. One of the most hotly contested divorce-related issues is who gets to keep what assets. When spouses cannot agree on such terms, their property will generally be subjected to the equitable distribution process. Though this may seem overwhelming, it does not have to be–our firm is here […]

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Will the Coronavirus Impact My Child Custody Agreement in New Jersey?

As a divorced parent, we understand that there are few things more important to you than the safety of your children. In the wake of the coronavirus, we understand that you may be concerned about how the virus, mandatory quarantines, and other issues coming to the forefront may impact your child custody agreement. Please continue […]

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