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How to Protect Yourself From the New Coronavirus

The new coronavirus, COVID-19 has taken the nation by storm. However, if you have not yet contracted the virus, there are several things you can do to prepare, all of which may not only protect you, but also your family and the general public. Some tips for staying safe in the wake of the coronavirus […]

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Important Announcement Regarding Office Operations & New Jersey Court Closures

Greetings on this very unique and unprecedented Monday morning.  We hope that everyone is safe and secure during this very difficult time. We posted updated legal notices on our website relating to relaxed deadlines for Tax Appeals and cancellations of certain proceedings in the Family Courts and Civil Courts.  Additionally, the Courts are gradually converting […]

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How to Get a Gun Permit in the State of New Jersey

New Jersey does allow people to own certain firearms, however, the state does not make it easy for people to fully exercise their Second Amendment rights. To ensure you stay out of legal trouble, follow the guidelines below to learn more about obtaining a gun permit according to the law. If you have been denied […]

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Gun Laws in New Jersey

New Jersey is notoriously strict on gun owners, and though the state does recognize the Second Amendment, gun ownership is becoming increasingly under scrutiny in New Jersey. If you are caught violating any gun law, even by mistake without ever committing a violent offense, New Jersey courts will frequently seek harsh punishments against you. That […]

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What Happens if I Obtain a Criminal Record in New Jersey?

Criminal records are perhaps more damaging to a reputation than just about anything else. That is why if you are someone who has been charged with a crime, you must read on and reach out to our experienced New Jersey criminal defense attorneys to learn more about criminal records and how we can help you […]

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How Does No-Fault Divorce Work in New Jersey?

Unfortunately, divorce is frequently emotionally, financially, and legally exhaustive. What’s more, New Jersey offers divorcing spouses the option of filing for a no-fault divorce or citing fault grounds, which adds an additional step to an already complex process. However, with an experienced New Jersey family law attorney on your side, it does not have to […]

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The Complete Guide to Car Accidents in New Jersey

Car accidents, though jarring, disturbing and painful, are more than a common occurrence in our lives. In fact, the United States sees about 6 million car accidents annually, and though this number is surprising, it’s even more shocking to know that in the U.S., approximately 90 people die in car accidents every single day. Additionally, […]

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Can I Sue Someone For a Serious Injury That Was Not my Fault?

Here at McNerny & McAuliffe, our experienced New Jersey personal injury attorneys understand the impact a serious injury can have on individuals and their families, which is why we are dedicated to helping the wrongly injured recover the compensation they need to get back on their feet again. If you have been wrongly injured, you […]

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  How to Protect Yourself From the New Coronavirus

The new coronavirus, COVID-19 has taken the nation by storm. However, if you have not yet contracted the virus, there…

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