New Jersey College Expenses and Student Loans | by Alison B. Weinroth, Esq.

Most Marital/Property Settlement Agreements (“PSA”) address the cost of a college education for the parties’ child(ren) by often including language that the child is required to apply for all available financial aid, student grants and loans. The issue of student loans was one issue addressed in an unpublished decision by the New Jersey Appellate Division […]

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NJ Moves Closer Towards Legalizing Marijuana

News this week broke regarding New Jersey’s highly speculated marijuana laws. Many people have anticipated that steps will be taken towards legalizing recreational marijuana ever since the state elected the pro-weed Governor Phil Murphy in 2017. In the event that New Jersey does choose to legalize weed, they would join nine other states and Washington […]

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What is Operation Dry Water?

Law enforcement officials in New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania, as well as throughout the country are participating in Operation Dry Water between June 29 and July 1, 2018. This nationwide campaign aims to bring awareness and enforcement to individuals who operation boats under the influence of alcohol. Unfortunately, Fourth of July weekend has a tendency […]

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New Jersey Expungement

People make mistakes. New Jersey has a statute which allows for expungement of certain criminal matters. Expungement is the removal and isolation of all records of a criminal arrest and conviction.  It’s very technical as to what can and cannot be expunged. Certain combinations of offenses, as well as certain offenses in and of themselves, […]

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