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Is It Hard To Vacate A Consent Order In A N.J. Family Court?
Is It Hard To Vacate A Consent Order In A N.J. Family Court?

Yes. First, if a judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey finds that both parties voluntarily entered into the consent order, the court shall uphold the order. Second, unless the attorneys in the case can provide new evidence that was accessible to both parties at the time ...

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