Trenton NJ Lawyers

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Trenton became the capital of New Jersey in 1719 and then became the seat of Mercer County. Trenton is where the first professional basketball game took place and is home to Cadwalader Park which was designed by Fredrick Law Olmsted.

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Trenton also hosts many talented lawyers who take many different kinds of cases; some examples include: malpractice, DUI, chapter 7 bankruptcy, divorce, as well as wills and trusts. Lawyers in Trenton know local court procedures and are qualified to consult you on any legal issue that you may face.
 
Recently in a Trenton court, Stephen Starr filed a $20 million lawsuit against the Pier Shops at Caesars, developers, and landlord. The lawsuit says that Starr was duped into continuing with construction at his two leased restaurant spaces after planners falsely-assured him that Jeffrey Chodorow had signed a binding lease for a nightclub and restaurant. Starr has stipulated that he be released from his leases among other compensation requested.
 
If you are planning on filing for a lawsuit in Trenton, you will have to visit the Civil Division at the Mercer Visage in Trenton. The Mercer Visage handles all kinds of Trenton court cases and has many different divisions with which to file. The Family Division handles all domestic dispute cases including divorces and child custody. Criminal cases are also heard at the Mercer Visage and are under the jurisdiction of the Criminal Division.
 
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