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Monthly Archives: March 2021

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NJ’s Red Flag law Burdens LEOs

By Citizen Soldier Law |

[The Second Amendment] guarantee[s] the individual right to possess and carry weapons in case of confrontation.  Associate Justice Antonin Scalia, District of Columbia v. Heller   Although it should be the exception, an Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) can be a helpful tool when used properly by law enforcement and judges.  Sadly, we are… Read More »

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COUPLES WITH A FINAL RESTRAINING ORDER WILL SOON BE ABLE TO MEDIATE ACROSS THE STATE

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Recently, the New Jersey Judiciary issued a directive implementing an economic mediation program for those litigants who have a restraining order. The mediation would take place at the courthouse with litigants remaining in separate rooms throughout the mediation.  The mediator, specially trained, would shuttle back and forth between the two rooms to try and… Read More »

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What happens if my husband (wife) changes his mind?

By Citizen Soldier Law |

As an attorney, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard “My husband (wife) changed his mind.  He will not sign the Property Settlement Agreement.”  When two people are getting divorced, the courts in New Jersey require that the parties attend economic mediation if they cannot agree at the Early Settlement Panel. The… Read More »

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HOW DO I PROTECT MYSELF DURING A MILITARY DIVORCE?

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Military personnel in New Jersey can be divorced just like everyone else. However, we all know, military life is different, which in turn, may make getting divorced a bit more complicated.  As a military service member, the question should be “How do I protect myself during a military divorce?” First, most military families move… Read More »

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LEGAL SEPARATION IN NEW JERSEY

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Officially, New Jersey does not have legal separation.  There is no court process and there is no decree that states you are legally separated. If you and your spouse choose to separate, it might be helpful to have a separation agreement drafted by a competent family law attorney. By drafting a separation agreement, you… Read More »

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