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Seeking assets your spouse may be hiding during divorce

If you and your spouse are planning to divorce, you may be spending a lot of time wondering what your future will look like. Certainly, you can expect many changes, one of which is your financial situation. Whether you will have a secure financial future or struggle to make ends meet may depend a great deal on the outcome of your property division.

Criminal defense: Fewer arrests without the cash bail system

Being arrested can affect a person's life long before he or she even has the opportunity to address the allegations. Cash bail played a large role in this problem in the past, but it is no longer a problem for New Jersey residents. The state no longer participates in a cash bail system, which disproportionately affected low-income and disadvantaged communities. Aside from keeping defendants out of jail so they can continue to work, care for their families and focus on criminal defense planning, a recent study showed that there has been another surprising benefit.

Personal injury: What if it was caused by someone's negligence?

New Jersey highways can be dangerous places. You likely agree, especially if you've ever been on one during rush hour. Many drivers are in a hurry and even impatient, a combination that is often a recipe for disaster. Many drivers do things they shouldn't while behind the wheel, which could place you at risk for personal injury.

Immigrants may face harsher criminal punishments than citizens

Being an immigrant can come with many challenges. You and your loved ones may have come to New Jersey in hopes of finding a fresh start and building your new lives here. Of course, you may not have found many aspects of your journey as easy as you had hoped, and you may now face an even more difficult predicament.

Immigration advocates say ICE is targeting people

Many New Jersey residents arrived to this state from other countries of origin. Not all of them had their paperwork in order when they did so. In fact, some people arrive at U.S. borders after having little to no time to prepare, such as those who suddenly flee their home countries due to violence, poverty or persecution. An immigration incident recently occurred in another state where 19 people were arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers.

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