Practice Areas of Our Environmental Law Firm in New Jersey
The Law Office of Thomas Stavola Jr, LLC is an environmental law firm in New Jersey that can assist you with your legal concerns in the following practice areas:
Our experienced attorneys provide guidance and representation to individuals and organizations seeking to oppose land use development projects. As a reliable environmental law firm, the law office can help in carefully analyzing ecological regulations, zoning ordinances, relevant statutes, and case law to provide the best guidance.
Thomas Stavola, Jr. also appears before local planning and zoning boards, and if necessary, he pursues litigation in the New Jersey court system to help achieve your desired outcome. The Law Office of Thomas Stavola Jr, LLC takes strong action against state and federal agencies and other entities causing environmental degradation.
In addition to our expertise in environmental law, we also specialize in other areas of law:
- Real Estate Transactions (Commercial and Residential): We provide legal assistance in all aspects of real estate transactions, including bank transactions, loan documentation, title issues, and related litigation.
- Business Law: Our team offers comprehensive legal services in various areas of business law to protect your interests and help your business thrive.
- Land Use and Planning: We have extensive knowledge and experience in land use and planning laws in New Jersey, enabling us to assist you in navigating through complex regulations and achieving your goals.
The Law Office of Thomas Stavola Jr, LLC provides a team of experts dedicated to ensuring justice and compensation for individuals and families affected by vaccine injuries. Our team, led by Attorney Thomas Stavola, Jr., is an experienced vaccine attorney with an extensive knowledge of vaccine injury claims.
Mr. Stavola is ready to guide clients through every step when they suspect a vaccine injury. As a vaccine injury attorney in New Jersey, his services are free, with fees covered by the U.S. federal government. He will professionally evaluate each case and recommend whether filing a petition to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, the court responsible for ruling on vaccine injury cases, is advisable.
Religious Discrimination and Exemptions
Mr. Stavola protects your religious freedom in the workplace and offers guidance on the broad definition of “religious beliefs.” Title VII prohibits employers from discriminating against employees based on religion, including harassment and denial of reasonable accommodation.
The Law Office of Thomas Stavola Jr, LLC can assist in obtaining a reasonable accommodation for your religious beliefs in your workplace or represent your case if you believe you have experienced harassment, retaliation, or discrimination.
Mr. Stavola assesses the viability of your claim in civil rights violations and provides excellent service at a fair cost to analyze your case and offer appropriate advice. Our law office upholds civil and constitutional rights and protects diverse beliefs, thoughts, and principles.
There are countless scenarios where you may require the expertise of a civil rights attorney. Some examples include:
- Government or quasi-governmental entities discriminate based on religious beliefs.
- Censorship of speech or writing.
- Restrictions on association with others.
- Laws impact the right to marriage, vote, privacy, or refuse medical procedures.
- Legislation affecting the right to bear arms.
Disputes over vaccination and medical interventions can impact legal and physical child custody arrangements. As an experienced vaccine attorney, Mr. Stavola helps build a case and advocate for such medical decisions in court.
If informal discussions or alternative dispute resolution methods like mediation fail to resolve the dispute, the court may intervene to determine which parent should have authority over medical decisions. Factors examined by the court in making this determination include:
- The parent’s ability to agree, communicate, and cooperate regarding the child.
- History of unwillingness to allow visitation without substantiated abuse.
- The child’s relationship with each parent and siblings.
- History of domestic violence, if any.
- The safety of the child and the parents from physical abuse.
- The child’s preference (if mature enough to make an informed decision).
- The child’s needs.
- Stability and quality of the home environment.
- Continuity of the child’s education.
- Parents’ fitness to make decisions.
- Proximity of the parents’ homes.
- Time spent with the child before or after separation.
- Parent’s employment responsibilities.
- Number and ages of children.
- Any other factors the court deems relevant.
At the Law Office of Thomas Stavola Jr, LLC, we offer personalized service. Whether you need an environmental law firm or an experienced vaccine attorney, we are attentive to our clients’ concerns. Contact us for more information or to schedule a consultation.