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My life changed on June 12, 2016.

Yes. That sounds trite. On June 12, 2016, I woke up in our comfortable bed, in our comfortable house, and the sun was shining into our comfortable bedroom.  My life was not changed in the way Eddie Justice’s mother’s life was changed.  My life was not changed in the way Xavier Serrano Rosado’s son’s life…

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Avoid an Accident, Make Safety Priority when on a Boat, Jet Ski or WaveRunner

For many of us at the Jersey Shore, summer days are enjoyed out on the water; fishing, riding jet skis or relaxing on a boat. With the increased amount of vessels in our waters during the summer months, being alert and prepared are crucial to keeping everybody safe. According to the most recent data from the…

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What is Drug Court?

Drug courts act as an alternative to the traditional criminal justice system. They allow for a more collaborative relationship between criminal justice officials and drug treatment professionals. The typical drug court program entails close supervision of the offender, frequent drug testing, several court appearances, and a strict treatment and recovery process. Drug courts are limited…

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Helping Our Loved Ones: Gathering Important Information

Oftentimes, family members feel they are ill-equipped to assist an aging relative in the time of need. One reason for feeling ill-equipped is because the family member lacks sufficient information and knowledge about the relative’s personal and financial affairs. Having access to such information will provide the family member with the means to help resolve…

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Child Support Termination Statute Shakes Up the System

In what is viewed as a rare change to the way family matters are handled in New Jersey, on January 19, 2016, Governor Christie signed S-1046/A-2721 into law. This law, commonly known as the Child Support Termination Law, establishes the age of 19 as the age when a child support and/or medical support obligation will…

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Healthcare Update: The Future of the Affordable Care Act

In early March, legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act was approved and will be sent to the House for a vote. Its supporters hope the House vote will occur before the Spring break starting on April 7th. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has provided an analysis of the legislation and has estimated…

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Gain Valuable Knowledge of Commercial Leases

CLDDS Partners, Robert L. Gutman, Neil Brodsky and Louis A. Felicetta will be offering pertinent lessons on commercial leases in the next “Open for Business” program held by the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce. The four-hour class is part of a series presented with the Ocean County College Continuing and Professional Education Business Engagement…

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Child Support & Probation – Behind the Veil an OCBA Family Law Committee Seminar

Child Support & Probation – Behind the Veil an OCBA Family Law Committee Seminar

CLDDS Family Law Attorney, Jonathan Z. Petro, will be moderating the Ocean County Bar Association, Family Law Committee Seminar “Child Support & Probation ­– Behind the Veil”. Thursday, February 23, 2017 at the Clarion Hotel & Conference Center in Toms River. Topics to be discussed: • The New Child Support Termination Law • Financial Maintenance…

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Starting a Business? Why Hiring a Lawyer is Critical.

Let’s face it. If you are starting a new business, the last thing you think your business needs is an attorney. However, here are five reasons why hiring an attorney is absolutely critical to protect your business. Preparation and Preemption: Preparation is key. Creating a business involves an incredible amount of paperwork and legal formalities.…

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November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness and Caregivers Month

Alzheimer’s is a complex neurological disease that is the most common form of dementia. President Ronald Reagan first designated November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month in 1983. At that time, fewer than 2 million Americans had Alzheimer’s; today, the number of people with the disease has soared to nearly 5.4 million and more than…

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