Shamy & Shamy Launches New Web Site Providing Simple Access to Free Online Resources for New Jersey Court System
A long-established New Brunswick-based law firm striving to help families with wide range of legal needs.
New Brunswick, N.J. (Lexis Nexis) January 13, 2010 -- In an effort to provide New Jersey families with convenient access to free online resources and skilled legal professionals that will help them navigate the state's court system, the Law Offices of Shamy & Shamy has introduced a new Web site.
The new site, www.shamyandshamy.com, contains a wide range of Web links to help users find more information on New Jersey law and the New Brunswick area, as well as helpful content regarding the services provided by the law firm and the specialty areas in which the firm practices. The site content is free to access and there is no user registration requirement.
Among the free online resources accessible directly from the newly launched Shamy and Shamy Web site are links to important information about the New Jersey court system, including detailed explanations of court procedures, how the court system works and standard legal forms that can be easily downloaded.
"Our law firm is a family-owned business operated by skilled legal professionals from the Central New Jersey region and we are dedicated to meeting the legal needs of families in this community," explained George J. Shamy, Jr., a certified civil trial attorney at Shamy & Shamy. "We believe in open communication with our clients and have designed our new Web site to provide them with simple access to a breadth of information regarding the law and the court system in our state. We're here to help them by educating them about their rights and fighting to protect those rights in the legal system."
Shamy & Shamy has formed relationships with clients and their families that have continued for three generations. The firm is highly regarded in New Jersey for its work representing clients in personal injury litigation, but also provides legal services in the areas of products liability, commercial and business law, criminal law, consumer fraud law, employment law and real estate law.