Going through the dissolution of a marriage in New Jersey can understandably be overwhelming from an emotional standpoint. However, divorce can also be complex financially, especially if one of the spouses is hiding assets. Here is a glimpse at how a divorcing spouse may be able to uncover any assets that the other party has hidden.
Three men were recently taken into custody in New Jersey for reportedly violating the state's weapons laws. Specifically, they allegedly possessed ammunition and a gun illegally. The men accused of committing gun crimes, who hail from other states, are ages 21, 23 and 41.
A man in New Jersey was recently arrested for committing a drug crime. The arrest came following a traffic stop that police initiated due to the man's alleged failure to follow the rules of the road. A strong criminal defense will likely be necessary for the man to effectively fight the multiple charges he now faces.
When two people walk down the aisle in New Jersey, they naturally expect to stick together long term. Of course, sometimes irreconcilable differences prevent that from happening, ultimately leading to divorce. In many situations, the problem has to do with the particular personality types of the spouses who are married. Here is a glimpse at a few personality traits that could doom a marital union.
In general, you don't want to take criminal defense advice from television shows or movies about law enforcement. However, there is one standard suggestion made in most movies and shows that can also benefit you in the real world. It relates to those well-known Miranda rights people hear during an arrest.
A marital breakup can easily impact all members of the family in New Jersey -- from the parents to the children. However, children may find it particularly challenging to watch their parents split up and go their separate ways. Seeing a divorced parent start to date another person may only add salt to the wound in the mind of a child. In light of this, here are some tips for successfully navigating dating after divorce in New Jersey.
For many years, married couples in New Jersey and elsewhere have heard that half of marital unions end prematurely. However, new research shows that this is not true anymore. Researchers said that, in reality, the rate of divorce dropped by 18 percent between 2008 and 2016.