Jennifer Swift Joins Cooper Levenson

Jennifer Swift has joined the Appeals and Research Practice Group at Cooper Levenson. She will be based in the firm’s Atlantic City office. Swift comes to Cooper Levenson from the Swift Law Firm, where she practiced for more than 10 years in the areas of appeals and post-conviction relief. These included appeals for the Office … Continue reading “Jennifer Swift Joins Cooper Levenson”

Alexandra rigden joins cooper levenson.

Atlantic City, N.J. — April 29, 2016 – Attorney Alexandra Rigden has joined the Family Law Practice Group at Cooper Levenson. Based in the firm’s Cherry Hill office, Rigden is an associate who will practice all aspects of family law including divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, DCPP (DYFS) and other matters.   “Alexandra is both knowledgeable … Continue reading “Alexandra rigden joins cooper levenson.”

What Contributory Negligence Means In New Jersey Car Accidents

People who have been involved in a car accident will understandably want to hold the negligent party accountable for damages. In New Jersey, there is a law in place that governs how negligence and motor vehicle accidents work together. To file a successful claim, plaintiffs should understand the concept of comparative negligence. The State of … Continue reading “What Contributory Negligence Means In New Jersey Car Accidents”

Does More Wedding Day Spending Mean A Greater Chance Of Divorce?

While a wedding is certainly a cause for celebration, it can also be a cause of financial stress. That’s because many couples end up spending considerable money for their walk down the aisle with the largest sums often going towards engagement rings and the ceremony itself. Interestingly enough, a recently released study by economics professors … Continue reading “Does More Wedding Day Spending Mean A Greater Chance Of Divorce?”