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 How to File an Affidavit of Merit in New Jersey?

Answer New Jersey has an Affidavit of Merit statute enacted to restrain litigants from filing frivolous or meritless lawsuits against licensed professionals for negligence or malpractice. Prior to filing ... Read More »
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How to File an Affidavit of Small Estate in Texas?

A small estate affidavit allows for settlement of an estate without having to go through probate. According to the Texas Probate Code, the value of the estate must measure less that $50,000, not in... Read More »
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How can an affidavit be amended such as an affidavit of paternity.?

You can only "amend" a paternity affidavit if you have a paternity test done to prove or disprove paternity... In many cases this is something that the state will do (ie of child support orders)
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How to File for Divorce in New Jersey?

Like all other lawsuits, New Jersey divorces must be filed in civil court. It is up to the filing party to make sure all relevant laws and procedural requirements are met before filing for divorce.... Read More »
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How do I file for divorce in New Jersey?

Complaint for DivorceGo to the civil courthouse in the county where you live, where your spouse lives or where you lived together as a couple. A form for a Complaint for Divorce is available there,... Read More »
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