Anyone who has watched Wheel of Fortune knows that the long running show places a monetary value on letters of the alphabet. Ever wonder how much certain punctuation marks would cost. How about $10,000,000.00 for a comma! In this article http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/lack-of-oxford-comma-costs-maine-company-millions-in-overtime-dispute/ar-BBycPZW?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartanntp the court ruled in favor of employees and against their employer due to a missing comma. That comma cost the employer $10,000,000.00.
Clearly, this is not a divorce or family law case. So why did I create this post? As an explanation to my clients. I know you often wonder why I spend so much time reviewing, revising, and proofreading documents for your case before having you sign them. This article shows why.
There is a cost to doing things the right way. The linked article shows the costs of not making sure things are done right the first time.
At The Durst Firm we work hard to deliver high quality legal service for our clients designed to get them through their family law matter and lay the foundation for a brighter future. It is always rewarding when a client conveys their appreciation for our efforts!
The Durst Firm is pleased to announce that founding partner Sandy Durst has been named a 2017 Super Lawyer in Family Law. Selected through an independent and verified process (for more information see www.superlawyers.com) This exclusive honor follows several years of being designated a Rising Star in family law by the same organization.
When facing divorce or family law matter, why hire a lawyer when you can hire a Super Lawyer.
Due to the pending snow storm, The Durst Firm will be closed tomorrow, March 14, 2017. Additionally, all NJ state courts are closed as well. We will you know about Wednesday as more information becomes available.
With the signing S2483, NJ Governor Chris Christie to steps designed to provide greater protection to victims of domestic violence. This bill restricts the ability to possess firearms of those individuals convicted of committing acts of domestic violence. Abusers would be required to surrender all firearms, firearms purchase permits and firearms possession licenses.
A full copy of the NJ Law Journal article can be found here: http://www.njlawjournal.com/home/id=1202776524370?slreturn=20170011093118#