August 2019 Archives

What options are there for resolving a boundary dispute?

Different parcels of land touch at their boundary lines. When a New Jersey resident reviews the title to a parcel they may find the legal description of how the parcel is situated and how far it extends. It is often possible for individuals to go back to their land use and ownership documents to find out exactly where their properties start and their neighbors' properties end.

Is your college-bound child fully protected?

Sending a child off to college is a bittersweet event. You have already seen signs that your child is maturing, and this move is certain to provide the opportunity for further growth. Difficult as it may be, you have to let go. In fact, if your child is 18 years or older, the law has already severed certain ties.

A review of possible plea bargaining strategies

A person facing criminal charges may be able to use a plea bargain to reduce their charges, decrease their sanctions, or otherwise mitigate the negative impact that the alleged criminal conduct will have on their future. However, plea bargaining may not always be a good criminal defense strategy. To better understand if plea bargaining has a place in one's criminal defense plan, readers should consult with their attorneys.

Victims should not have to fight for their rights alone

A personal injury accident can leave a New Jersey resident with emotional, physical, and financial pain. While the extent to which victims of these incidents suffer losses may vary, individuals who suffer hardships as a result of other people's negligent, reckless, or intentional action can often sue for compensation. Compensation sought from a civil lawsuit is often referred to as damages, and fully pleading one's damages in such a claim is an important part to being made whole after tragedy.

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