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New Jersey law considers all domestic violence to be serious abuse, and therefore many safeguards have been put in place to protect potential victims in these cases. Attorney Genevieve Blazini, Esq. explains.
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You left your abusive spouse and divorce proceedings are underway. You discover he or she wants custody of your children. If you are in this situation, you need an attorney with experience in domestic violence claims and child custody cases. Contact the Law Office of Anthony Carbone for a free consultation.
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You thought you married the person of your dreams only to realize it was a mistake. Can you get an annulment? It depends on the circumstance.
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You may spend part of this weekend looking for a new house. Whether you attend an open house or have a showing with a real estate agent, be careful to not have an accident. If it does happen, you need to know who's responsible.
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If your landlord failed to clean up a pile of leaves and you slip and fall, who is responsible?
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Let's face it, slip and falls can happen just about anywhere. Say you're walking when you trip on a broken piece of sidewalk and fall. Who's responsible?
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If you are involved in any type of litigation, an expert witness can help make or break your case.
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We've all heard the cliche, "it's a pain in the neck." When it comes to getting a neck injury, it can be more serious than a simple saying.
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With winter just around the corner, it's important to protect yourself from car accidents. Keep these tips in mind when getting behind the wheel.
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From traffic violations to simple assault, you will most likely get summoned to appear in municipal court for these incidents. So what can you expect when going before a judge?
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