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    Comparing Rights To Alimony In New Jersey And Pennsylvania

    Divorce in New Jersey Generally speaking, there is a presumption in New Jersey that a spouse married more than ten years, whose earnings or earning capacity is less than the other spouse, is entitled to alimony. Under these circumstances, where there is a ten-year or longer marriage, a Judge must presume that alimony will be indefinite in nature, meaning that it will continue in effect until a change in circumstances for instance, an increase in the dependent spouse’s income or re-marriage

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    OVERVIEW OF THE NEW JERSEY WORKERS’ COMPENSATION SYSTEM

    The workers’ compensation system in New Jersey was designed to provide injured workers with prompt medical attention and wage replacement benefits when they are disabled due to a work injury. There is no need for an employee to prove that the employer committed negligence in order to collect benefits. As long as the injury occurred during the course of employment, the injury is considered “compensable” under the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Act, N.J.S.A. 34:15-1 et seq. In other words, even if the employee injures himself while tripping over his own two feet at work, he is potentially entitled to benefits. The workers’ compensation insurance carrier must pay 100% of all related medical treatment.

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    Automobile Accident FAQ's

    The Pains of an Auto Accident: Being involved in an auto accident is often far more than a mere inconvenience. In addition to the pain of injuries, concerns about your recovery, possible shock/psychological trauma and financial concerns, there are complicated legal and insurance labyrinths thru which you will need to maneuver.

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    Bankruptcy Misconceptions

    Misconception #1: Bankruptcy is dishonest.Not true. Most people honestly want to pay their bills. Sometimes things happen that make it impossible. Bankruptcy is a legal right that is provided for in the United States Constitution. Bankruptcy is a right that protects honest people who are unable to pay their bills from harassment, lawsuits, wage garnishment and other creditor actions. Bankruptcy allows a fresh start. Many experts trace the roots of our bankruptcy laws to the Bible which says: "A

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    How A Power of Attorney Functions in Estate Planning

    A Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal document giving another person or institution the right to do certain legal acts or tasks for another person (the Principal). This document may be one of the most important in an Estate Planning.

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    Limited Liability Company – Questions and Answers

    Question 1: Should I consider using an LLC to protect my assets? Answer: Whether or not an LLC is right for you depends on what you own, how you own it, your willingness to part with control, and your level of risk. It is beneficial to hold investment assets within an LLC.

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    Comparing Rights To Alimony In New Jersey And Pennsylvania
    Divorce in New Jersey Generally speaking, there is a presumption in New Jersey that a spouse married more than ten years, whose earnings or earning capacity is less than the other spouse, is entitled to alimony. Under these circumstances, where there is a ten-year or longer marriage, a Judge must presume that alimony will be indefinite in nature, meaning that it will continue in effect until a change in circumstances for instance, an increase in the dependent spouse’s income or re-marriage
    OVERVIEW OF THE NEW JERSEY WORKERS’ COMPENSATION SYSTEM
    The workers’ compensation system in New Jersey was designed to provide injured workers with prompt medical attention and wage replacement benefits when they are disabled due to a work injury. There is no need for an employee to prove that the employer committed negligence in order to collect benefits. As long as the injury occurred during the course of employment, the injury is considered “compensable” under the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Act, N.J.S.A. 34:15-1 et seq. In other words, even if the employee injures himself while tripping over his own two feet at work, he is potentially entitled to benefits. The workers’ compensation insurance carrier must pay 100% of all related medical treatment.
    Automobile Accident FAQ's
    The Pains of an Auto Accident: Being involved in an auto accident is often far more than a mere inconvenience. In addition to the pain of injuries, concerns about your recovery, possible shock/psychological trauma and financial concerns, there are complicated legal and insurance labyrinths thru which you will need to maneuver.
    Bankruptcy Misconceptions
    Misconception #1: Bankruptcy is dishonest.Not true. Most people honestly want to pay their bills. Sometimes things happen that make it impossible. Bankruptcy is a legal right that is provided for in the United States Constitution. Bankruptcy is a right that protects honest people who are unable to pay their bills from harassment, lawsuits, wage garnishment and other creditor actions. Bankruptcy allows a fresh start. Many experts trace the roots of our bankruptcy laws to the Bible which says: "A
    How A Power of Attorney Functions in Estate Planning
    A Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal document giving another person or institution the right to do certain legal acts or tasks for another person (the Principal). This document may be one of the most important in an Estate Planning.
    Limited Liability Company – Questions and Answers
    Question 1: Should I consider using an LLC to protect my assets? Answer: Whether or not an LLC is right for you depends on what you own, how you own it, your willingness to part with control, and your level of risk. It is beneficial to hold investment assets within an LLC.