The six-year statute of limitations on legal malpractice can be a fuzzy concept in matrimonial cases, and a New Jersey appeals court showed why on Tuesday.
A three-judge panel ruled that a wife who agreed to an alimony settlement in 1994 could sue for malpractice almost 10 years later because she did not know she had a case against her lawyer until another attorney told her so.
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