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Mark S Guralnick

Mark Guralnick’s Legal Guides

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  • Do Divorced Parents Have to Pay College Tuition for their Children in New Jersey?

    What would parent do? The first factor is whether the parent, if still living with the child, would have contributed toward the costs of the requested higher education. Background information. What i

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  • Avoiding Age Discrimination on the Job -- Part 1

    Fringe Benefits Older employees must qualify for and receive the same health insurance, vacation, sick time and other benefits, and must not incur greater payroll deductions or to work more hours to

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  • Avoiding Age Discrimination on the Job -- Part 2

    Training programs. All advancement opportunities, new job designations, company-sponsored educational programs, and apprenticeships must be evenly offered to employees of all ages. Retirement plans P

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  • Equal Pay Act -- 8 Defenses Employers Can Use

    Different Establishments The employers can argue that the employees in question work in different establishments. Different Kind of Work. They can claim the work is not equal in nature, quality, quan

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  • Company Computers -- Thirteen Things Not to Do at Work

    Gambling Online or intra-office gambling, lotteries, betting and football pools. Politics Electronic politicking, campaigning, or political solicitation. Job Searching. Using computers to apply for j

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  • Negligence -- How do you prove it?

    Duty There must be a duty. In order for somebody to be "negligent," he must have been obligated to act in a certain way in the first place. Exactly what his "duty" is can be a technical legal questi

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  • Damages -- What are the Different Kinds

    Compensatory Damages This refers to your actual out-of-pocket losses. When you sue for compensatory damages, you're suing for the exact amount of money you lost. You're asking the court to "compensat

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  • The 3 Main Kinds of Tenancies

    Tenants in Common If two people co-own a property, they are tenants in common. So, for example, if Able owns 40 percent of a property, and Baker owns the other 60 percent, they are tenants in common.

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  • What are the 4 Kinds of Alimony in New Jersey

    Permanent Alimony. This kind of alimony is generally paid at the end of longer marriages and where the income disparity is great. It must be paid until one of the parties dies. Rehabilitative Alimony

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  • Can they take your kids away in New Jersey?

    Safety and Health Termination of parent rights can be granted if the child's safety, health or development has been or will continue to be endangered by the parental relationship...AND... Unwilling P

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