Manalapan, New Jersey is a Monmouth County township that means land of good bread in the Native American Lenape tongue. Manalapan was rated second most popular town on the East Coast by Money Magazine and is home to about 33,500 residents who take advantage of Manalapan’s Olde Silver Tavern and Monmouth County Library.
Manalapan is also home to a number of lawyers who are familiar with local Monmouth County courts and procedures. Lawyers in Manalapan take an extensive range of cases; some typical examples include chapter 13 bankruptcy, wrongful death, child custody, estate administration, and personal injury cases.
The 19 year old boy who killed Manalapan resident Charlee Wines in a fatal hit-and-run has been sentenced. Anthony P. Alvino was sentenced to three years and one month in prison, 5 years probation after prison, 500 hours of community service, and must donate $500 each year during his probation to Wines’ memorial fund.
If you’re planning on filing a lawsuit in Manalapan, you’ll be filing with the Civil Division of the Monmouth Vicinage in Freehold. The Criminal Division will summon you on charges and handles DWI and felony cases among others; the Family Division hears domestic cases such as child support matters and divorce.
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