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When it comes to #school discipline, a New Jersey School Board has powers of discretion which are given deference, so long as the Board does not act in an arbitrary, unreasonable, or capricious manner. https://www.camdencountydivorcelawyer.com/blog/nj-school-districts-disciplining-students/
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This is the time of year parents can attend counseling and/or mediate disputes between one another to address custody and parenting time issues before the new school year begins. https://www.camdencountydivorcelawyer.com/blog/tis-season-call-lawyer/
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This honor is awarded annually by the attorney community to attorneys who they believe deserve special recognition. https://www.camdencountydivorcelawyer.com/blog/davis-mendelson-top-attorneys-sj-magazine/
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New Jersey’s modern-day courts make the process of #divorce less painful by not forcing a reconciliation between parties that both desire a legal separation. https://www.camdencountydivorcelawyer.com/blog/chinas-shocking-new-divorce-exam-policy/
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The process of #divorce can become much more costly than expected when former spouses can’t agree on certain issues, property rights or custody questions. https://www.camdencountydivorcelawyer.com/blog/destroying-childs-future-college-fund/
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In New Jersey, Homeowners Associations are governed by elected Boards of Trustees who have fiduciary obligations to the property owners within the planned real estate development managed by the Association. https://www.camdencountydivorcelawyer.com/blog/hoa-protect-property-rights/
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It was an extremely hard decision, but a New Jersey mother handed over her child to the http://ow.ly/m4S430kI7I3 adoptive family only a few days after he was born. Racked with guilt and indecision, a million thoughts rushed through her head, from wondering if she made the right decision to wondering if this was really the right thing to do for her child, and even if there was any way that she could change her mind and take her baby back. She was only a freshman in college, and with the father wanting nothing to do with the child as well as her and her mother getting evicted from their house it seemed at this point that she had no other options. However, a month after having her baby and signing him over for adoption she finally realized that she had made a mistake and now had to wonder, was there anything she could do to get him back?
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NJ Court recently addressed an interesting legal issue involving the rights of students and their parents to advocate against their local school district in the recent case of a 9-year-old special needs child and his uncle.


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No one ever enters into a marriage thinking that it will end up in a divorce. While the idea that 50 percent of marriages end in divorce is no longer a true one, there are a number of factors that have been proven to be significant reasons on why couples no longer wish to be together. Obviously, situations that involve cheating or unfaithfulness are a big part of why some relationships no longer last. However, there are some other circumstances that may not be so obvious that have shown to be major reasons why people are more likely to get a divorce than others. http://ow.ly/5E0Z30kBt1i
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The Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey has recently addressed issues of and concerning access to school records under the Open Public Records Act (OPRA), the New Jersey Pupil Records Act (NJPRA), and the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA.) Prior lawsuits involving access to student records and resulting confidentiality concerns had resulted in conflicting results by the trial courts asked where they were originally heard. http://ow.ly/b6oq30ky6Jz
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