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How Is A Motion to Reconsider Different Than An Appeal In A N.J. Divorce?
How Is A Motion to Reconsider Different Than An Appeal In A N.J. Divorce?

In Gromek, the court held that a motion to reconsider pursuant to Rule 4:50-1 does not act as a substitute for an appeal, especially when it is not required in the interest of justice in the case, and there is no need for extraordinary relief. The lawyers at our East ...

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