Sicklerville, NJ asked in Employment Law for New Jersey

Q: I am appealing my NJ unemployment case and would like to know if it is wise to get a lawyer? need free council

I am unemployed and receive NJ snap benefits. I am negative in my bank account and I can not afford council. is there help for me?

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Paula M. Dillon
Paula M. Dillon
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  • Hackensack, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: you can reach out to legal services. Otherwise, most lawyers will charge a fee. You are not required to have a lawyer although it may be helpful.

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Eva Zelson
Eva Zelson
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A: Many employment lawyers offer free consultations to prospective clients and this may be helpful to you in finding out how strong your case is before proceeding. Good luck!

Paula M. Dillon
Paula M. Dillon
PREMIUM
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  • Hackensack, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: Under the circumstances you describe, if you do not have an employment contract or came to an oral agreement as to vacation time, there is no "entitlement" to vacation.

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