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Business Lawyer

What Does a Business Lawyer Do?

Although the word lawyer conjures up a myriad of stereotypes that have persisted over the decades, the truth is that there are many types of lawyers who practice in different areas with varying skill sets. While some specialize in prosecuting or defending criminals, others advocate for environmental issues or civil rights. In addition, many lawyers go through their entire careers without ever entering a courtroom.

A business lawyer, on the other hand, takes care of the legal issues involved in operating a business. Whether it’s a startup or an established company, a business lawyer can be very helpful for almost every aspect of running a business.

family law

Family Law in NJ

Within the state of New Jersey, family law refers to legal matters that occur among families or in personal relationships between individuals. Most people think of family law as divorce, child support, and child custody issues. Nevertheless, there are a whole host of other legal issues such as domestic abuse, adoptions, and juvenile matters agreements that fall under the family law banner.

Moreover, couples in New Jersey who have gotten married or pursued a family law case in a different state should be aware that family laws vary from state to state. For this reason, it is important to contact a knowledgeable family law firm if you intend to bring such a matter before the courts in New Jersey.

Divorce Laws NJ

Common Questions for Divorce Lawyers

When people marry, they pledge to be together forever. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. No one likes the idea of going through a divorce, but some circumstances make it nearly impossible for people to stay with each other. The decision to end a marriage, however, is almost always an emotional and legally complicated matter. Therefore, we have put together answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about divorce.

Commercial Collection Law

Commercial Collection Laws and How They Can Affect Your Business

Businesses often take on debt for many reasons whether they are expanding, upgrading their equipment, or overhauling their existing infrastructure.  Sometimes, however, these debt obligations become too great for them to handle. As a result, they often find themselves at the mercy of commercial debt collection agencies.

Often, however, business owners make the mistake of thinking that they enjoy the same debt protections as consumers. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), however, was enacted to help consumers and, therefore, does not apply to businesses. Nevertheless, business owners on both sides of this equation are protected by commercial debt collection laws. The key is for businesses to know which laws apply to their situation.