Divorce in New Jersey: A Basic Overview
In this video, attorney Jordan Rickards gives a basic overview of the divorce process in New Jersey, from the filing of the complaint, through the case management conference, the early settlement panel, economic mediation, the intensive settlement conference, and the trial process. He also discusses basic discovery procedures, such as interrogatories and notices to produce, that you can expect to encounter. For more information, please contact The Law Office of Jordan B. Rickards, Esq., LLC, at 732-561-1036, or send an email to: RickardsLaw@gmail.com. Please also visit our website at www.RickardsLaw.com, and follow our YouTube page for new videos.
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If there is a FRO in place does parenting mediation take place?
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