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February 2016 Archives

Undoing an Adoption in New Jersey Isn't Easy

adop.pngParenthood can be a roll of the dice. No one knows what the outcome will be at the end of 18 years, when a child becomes an adult - the most parents can do is try to raise him or her to the best of their ability. This is the same for both biological and adoptive parents, but the situation can become extremely awkward when adoptive parents no longer want to, or no longer are able to, care for the child they took on.

Will Driverless Cars Mean The End Of Injury Lawyers?

asggss.jpgThe year is 2020. A young attorney sits at her desk, idly watching the midday crowds stream through the city, passing her storefront. She sighs. The clock ticks. She hasn't seen a client in weeks, and is starting to fear that she'll waste away like the rest of her firm. Outside, the light showcasing the firm's name-Smith and Jones Auto Accident Attorneys-starts to audibly flicker. If she could just meet with a client, if only for an hour, maybe she'd make enough to be able to fix that lamp.