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Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

Posted December 2, 2016

The elderly population in the United States is increasing.  By 2050, the number of people aged 85 and over is projected to reach 18 million and account for nearly 4.5% of the population.  The demand for care to meet the needs of this population is growing along with it. Many seniors and their families depend […]







How to Avoid Common Estate Planning Mistakes

Posted November 12, 2016

While difficult and even unsettling to think about, planning for the end of life is necessary to ensure that your wishes are carried out, your property is divided as you see fit, and that your family is left with as little burden, uncertainty and stress as possible. Failing to Update Your Will Estate planning requires […]







Stopping Workplace Discrimination is the Responsibility of the Employer

Posted November 2, 2016

It is the duty of every business owner to create and foster a safe, respectful work environment for all of their employees, regardless of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, pregnancy status, age, and more. When workplace discrimination or harassment takes place, even if the employer was not the party inflicting the discrimination or harassment, they […]







Sexual Harassment In The Workplace

Posted October 31, 2016

If you or someone you know has been victimized in the workplace, by sexual harassment, it is vital that you seek the counsel of a Red Bank attorney that is proficient at navigating the complications of these kinds of cases. By definition, workplace sexual harassment is any unwanted sexual advance from one person to another. […]







Reducing Your Risk in Dealing with a Non-Performing Employee

Posted September 29, 2016

We’ve all heard about fallout stories from firing an employee: Contact lists stolen, hard drives deleted, temper tantrums, physical altercations, the list goes on. Dealing with a non-performing employee can be intimidating enough. At bare minimum, you’re dealing with an awkward conversation. In a  worst-case scenario, you may be facing a wrongful termination lawsuit. The […]







How to Handle Property Line Disputes

Posted September 3, 2016

It has been said that good fences make good neighbors. But what happens in the event that boundaries are not clear or worse yet, are not respected by your neighbor? Property line (or boundary) disputes can quickly devolve into emotionally charged situations causing you to draw the shades and hunker down. Here are a few things […]







How to Handle Disputes Between Partners & Shareholders

Posted August 15, 2016

Often parties who hold a financial interest in a business, fall into dispute. Like spouses, business partners may have internal strife and end up “splitting” for any number of reasons including: disagreements about the direction of the business a partner’s wrongful conduct disputes about capital contributions and / or appropriate compensation power struggles between partners a […]







New Jersey’s Statute of Frauds and Real Estate Transactions

Posted July 31, 2016

Purchasing real estate may be one of the most important business decisions for a New Jersey business entity and is certainly one of the most important transactions for the average family. Because real estate transactions commonly give rise to commercial litigation, the Legislature enacted the Statute of Frauds, which requires that real estate contracts be in […]







Reasons to Contest a Will

Posted June 3, 2016

Fighting for what’s right following the death of a loved one may mean contesting or defending a written will.  Sometimes surviving family members have legal grounds to dispute wills. Other conflicts arise over the intended meaning of certain clauses in the will.  Some of the most common reasons for contesting a will include: #1 – […]







Benefits of Non-Probate Property

Posted May 31, 2016

“Probate” is the court process by which someone’s property gets passed to their heirs after his or her demise. Usually, that property passes through the hands of an estate representative, called an “executor” or an “administrator.”  However, not all of someone’s property passes through the probate process. Only the property that is solely owned by […]