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Written by attorney Santo V. Artusa Jr. | Mar 10, 2016

Divorce in New Jersey-Extreme Cruelty and Marital Torts

New Jersey offers divorces by way of no-fault cases and fault based cases. An example of a fault based case is Extreme Cruelty where a person can seek punitive and compensatory damages before a Judge or Jury depending on the facts in the case.

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