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Plan for Your Future with a Durable Power of Attorney

April 26th, 2016

Many people who are facing diseases or medical conditions that may eventually affect their mental capacity are rightfully concerned about decisions regarding how their finances and healthcare will be handled in the future. A durable power of attorney is an effective way for people in this situation to ensure that these kinds of decisions will […]

Why You Need a Will

April 19th, 2016

A will is often an integral part of any estate plan that will determine how your assets will be distributed after you pass away. Many people are under the mistaken impression that they do not need a will if they have not amassed millions of dollars in assets or that a will is unnecessary if […]

Assault Charges in Easter Bunny Brawl

April 12th, 2016

In an incident that may seem more fitting for a satirical news site, a man in an Easter Bunny costume is facing allegations of assault after a brawl broke out at a New Jersey shopping mall. According to reports, the man got into a fight with customers who were waiting in line to have their […]

7 Crucial Elements of Your DWI Defense

April 5th, 2016

Every case involving allegations of driving under the influence (DWI) is different. Cases can vary significantly based on the circumstances of your traffic stop, the tests that were performed, your blood alcohol content (BAC), whether there was an accident or other traffic violations involved, and other factors. However, while each case can be unique, there […]

Do you need an Attorney to Help with Your Drug Case?

March 29th, 2016

New Jersey has strict laws regarding drug possession, distribution, sales, and trafficking. While many people may assume that possessing a small amount of drugs is not a big deal, this can often result in serious criminal convictions with penalties including imprisonment, thousands of dollars in fines, and more. In addition, drug convictions can have immigration […]

Contesting a Will After Probate

March 22nd, 2016

When a person dies, probate is the legal process of administering their last will and testament, settling their affairs, and distributing property in line with their wishes. In many cases, probate can be relatively uneventful and the beneficiaries receive their inheritances and the estate is closed without incident. However, in other situations, one or more […]

Changes to the Polygraph Parole Program

March 16th, 2016

Polygraph tests, or lie detectors, are routinely used to monitor sex offenders after their release from prison. Now euphemistically referred to as psychological stress evaluator tests, measure the truthfulness of a person’s statements by tracking their body’s reaction. During these tests, the person will sit alone in a room with an officer. There are sensors […]

Don’t be a Clown and Get Caught Drunk Driving

March 2nd, 2016

A man in Alabama was recently pulled over after another driver on the road alerted the police that an SUV was swerving into oncoming traffic. When the police officer pulled over the SUV, after seeing it cross into the oncoming lane and back, he came face-to-face with a circus clown. The man claimed to have […]

Safety Regulations Every Business Needs to Know

February 17th, 2016

If you’ve ever watched the television show, The Office, you can’t help but laugh at the mishaps that go on at Dunder-Mifflin. But don’t go taking advice from Michael Scott. On TV it might make for a great comedy, but in reality a company’s disregard for safety regulation and employees’ rights can have damaging consequences. […]

DWI and Your Fifth Amendment Rights

February 2nd, 2016

As Americans, our most valued document is the bill of rights, the first ten amendments of the US Constitution designed to protect us against any number of injustices. One of these hallowed rights is enshrined in the Fifth Amendment, which protects citizens against self-incrimination, or being forced to give evidence which would unfairly cause them […]

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