...in this case," added Bucco, a lawyer at Murphy McKeon in Riverdale. "Meanwhile, we must change the law to make sure the courts...
The Supreme Court holds that a putative father who has a reasonable basis to question paternity can compel genetic testing even if it is not in the best interests of the child
Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal courts
...The Weinberg Center for Elder Abuse Prevention at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale, an elder abuse shelter, and asked for emergency shelter for Mrs. M...
The New Jersey Supreme Court hears a paternity-litigation twist: a man who believes he is not the biological father of his now-adult son seeks DNA testing of the son and the suspected father
A Republican governor plus a Democratic-controlled Legislature equals conflict in Trenton, and in 2011 that translated to a hefty revenue hike for lobbyists — including law firms with governmen
As part of an effort to compensate for Superior Court understaffing in Essex County, municipal court judges are hearing applications for domestic-violence temporary restraining orders
...father, Eugene Chell, which he now runs alone. Hubner, of Riverdale’s Murphy Hubner McKeon, represents public and business entities, municipal land...
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