College & Healthcare – Who Decides?

Your child is going off to college, happy, healthy, and on their own for the first time in their life.  Great!  And frightening.  You’re a parent, and can’t help but worry.  You’re confident that your child, now a young adult, will make the right decisions about most

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Landlords Have Rights, Too!

Pages and pages can be written about the rights of residential tenants, but what about the landlord’s rights? Do they even have any? It seems they don’t sometimes, especially if you’ve ever been to landlord-tenant court and watched judges bend over backward saving tenants from eviction. The

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Why Should I Have a Will?

People ask us, “Why should I have a will”?   We don’t ask, “Well, how big is your estate?”; rather, we ask, “Who do you want to distribute your real and personal property when you pass on, you, or an indifferent State of New Jersey?”  You can guess

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Home Improvement Contract Law – What You Need To Know

Are you planning to do any home improvement? Have you considered whether your home improvement, remodeling, renovation or maintenance contract is compliant with New Jersey Statutes and Regulations? Before hiring a contractor, have you reviewed the contractor’s proposed contract and clearly understood all the terms and conditions?

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State of New Jersey v. James Grate

State of New Jersey v. James Grate

SYLLABUS (This syllabus is not part of the opinion of the Court. It has been prepared by the Office of the Clerk for the convenience of the reader. It has been neither reviewed nor approved by the Supreme Court. Please note that, in the interest of brevity, portions of

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