When determining alimony, the court considers the factors in N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23(b). One of the factors considered is the party's earning capacity. If it is determined by the judge that your soon-to-be ex-wife has the ability to work, then the judge will probably imput income to her. The imputation will be based on her earning capacity, which is generally based on her prior employment history, education level, and other skill sets. Imputation is important because the judge will determine the...
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If you are the owner of the apartment and lease it to tenants, you should certainly have the mold removed by a licensed contractor that specializes in mold removal. Mold is dangerous and can be very harmful to your tenants. Be sure to have the place tested again after removal and get a clear certificate.
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New Jersey does have a will registry, however, it is voluntary. I would check there first. http://www.nj.gov/state/secretary/will_registry.html The attorney that represented your grandmother should have named a successor to handle the closing of his office after his passing. That person should have stored important documents such as your grandmother's will. Try and locate the successor.
Start with this kit to make your motion: http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/prose/10483_post_jdg_kit.pdf Find out the docket number of your sibling's case. You and your sibling may have had the same docket number. If it is through DYFS, it should start with the letters "FN." File your motion using this docket number.