Common Law Marriage in NJ
The Williams Law Group focuses on Common Law. Common Law is a prevalent legal system and is an applicable law system in the United States. This legal system originated from England during the middle ages.
The NJ Common Law Marriage system has no written constitution or codified laws. Therefore, it has no comprehensive compilation of legal rules and statutes. However, this type of legal system does rely on some scattered statutes, which are legislative decisions that are largely based on the judicial decisions that have already been made in similar cases. These judicial decisions are maintained over time through the records of the courts as well as historically documented in collections of case law known as yearbooks and reports. The precedents to be applied in the decision of each new case are determined by the presiding judge.
Common law functions as an adversarial system, a contest between two opposing parties before a judge who moderates. A jury of ordinary people without legal training decides on the facts of the case. The judge then determines the appropriate sentence based on the jury’s verdict. At times Common law can be flexible and adaptive to changing circumstances because judges can establish new doctrines or change the foregoing.
The right and the need for common law have become globalized. This process of globalization affects all individuals and this phenomenon is not in itself new. The Williams Law Group has built on the conviction that common law is at the basis of many relationships. We strive daily to preserve and perpetuate this vision. By placing our clients at the center of our concerns, over the years we have built a company with a strong culture, strong attorneys, and strong customer service.
Since inception, our firm has experienced a phenomenon level of growth with a team of dynamic lawyers who are always ready to respond to the needs of our clients. We developed a clientele of individuals and businesses. Our firm focused on all aspects of Common law.