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How do I appeal my property taxes in New Jersey?

We can help you with this question.  Please visit our website at www.rasolegal.com, or call us at 201-977-1960. We have offices in Bergen and …

Answered by Marc A. Raso, 8 months ago

Can I bring a wage & hour class action in New Jersey?

In many cases, large numbers of workers in similar roles are denied proper wages by their employer. Class actions allow groups of workers with …

Answered by Kevin M. Costello, 2 years ago

Can I sue for sexual harassment in New Jersey?

Yes, you can.  You are not expected to put up with sexual harassment in the workplace. Sexual harassment has no place in our culture. It is not …

Answered by Kevin M. Costello, 2 years ago

Can I sue for school bullying in New Jersey?

Yes, you can, although the type of lawsuit depends greatly upon the type of bullying a student is suffering.  When a student is harassed and …

Answered by Kevin M. Costello, 2 years ago

How do I get divorced in New Jersey?

The first step in the process is hiring a law firm that has attorneys experienced in family law. Whether or not you have children, …

Answered by Silvana Raso, 2 years ago

How do I find a New Jersey Injury or Accident Lawyer?

While New Jersey does not allow lawyers to call themselves specialists, there are some credentials and qualifications you should look for when hiring …

Answered by Garry R. Salomon, 3 years ago

How is alimony determined in New Jersey?

            Alimony, or spousal support, is paid from one spouse to the other following a …

Answered by Michele Crupi, 4 years ago

How do I handle a dispute with a business partner in New Jersey?

Handling a dispute with a business partner can be extremely challenging. The best way to approach it, if the partners cannot work out the …

Answered by John A. Schepisi, 4 years ago

What Should You Do If You Just Received An Ethics Or Licensing Board Complaint In The State Of New Jersey ?

Unfortunately, you are the subject of an ethics grievance. It is upsetting, but most often can be effectively defended. Two key points: 1) Do …

Answered by Scott B. Piekarsky, 4 years ago

Are undocumented Immigrants entitled to New Jersey Workers' Compensation benefits?

Some undocumented New Jersey immigrants work as day laborers in high-risk occupations such as roofing and construction and others work in …

Answered by Randy Grossman, 4 years ago

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