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  • Industry M Features Amdur, Maggs,Shor & Dugan, PC in Spotlight Article
    Industry M Features Amdur, Maggs,Shor & Dugan, PC in Spotlight Article

    Industry M – sometimes called by its full name, Industry Magazine – focused on the importance of settling family law disputes amicably and correctly in their November 2015 issue. To get a ...

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  • First Amendment Defense Act Challenges Supreme Court Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage
    First Amendment Defense Act Challenges Supreme Court Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage

    There is a bill currently being drafted – known as the First Amendment Defense Act (FADA) – that will push for the rights of individuals and organizations to refuse service or recognition of same-sex ...

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  • Divorce & Valentine's Day
    Divorce & Valentine's Day

    After your divorce is finalized, there are many "firsts" that you experience without your spouse. These include: your first birthday on your own, your first holiday season, possibly the first time you ...

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  • How Long Does a Final Restraining Order Last
    How Long Does a Final Restraining Order Last

    Obtaining a Final Restraining Order in New Jersey affords the individual who has received such an Order various protections under the law, and the individual who has such an Order entered against them ...

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  • Appellate Division: Those Who Text Drivers in NJ May Be Held Liable
    Appellate Division: Those Who Text Drivers in NJ May Be Held Liable

    Individuals who text and drive are now not the only ones who can be held liable for any accidents they cause. As of earlier this year, it has been legally established that the person who sends the ...

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  • New Jersey Same Sex Marriage
    New Jersey Same Sex Marriage

    On Monday, October 21, 2013, at 12:01 am, same sex couples can officially marry in the State of New Jersey, on a provisional basis, based on the Supreme Court of New Jersey's recent ruling. This ...

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