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Two Things That Your Small Business Needs to Flourish

Posted June 28, 2018

Choosing the Perfect Location for Your Business or Relocating a Long Standing Family Store May be a Challenge, But Worth It According to, having a safe, clean environment for your small business is necessary to drive customers in the doors. If you are in an unsafe, or inconvenient, location, you are probably losing business. […]

So You Found Your Perfect Rental Unit… Rights and Responsibilities Under Residential Leases

Posted October 22, 2017

Once you’ve found the perfect home and are approved to become a tenant, you’ll be asked to sign a lease that will contain the terms and conditions of your relationship with the landlord. Even if you’ve done it before, it’s useful to understand the basics of this type of agreement. You do have legal obligations […]

FAQs on Residential Evictions in New Jersey

Posted October 12, 2017

If you are a residential landlord looking to regain possession of rental property, or if you are a tenant who has been asked to relocate or vacate your home, you should consider seeking legal advice quickly.  Landlords cannot remove a tenant for just any reason.  There are limited grounds to regain possession, and knowing what […]

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 […]

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 […]

What is a Disclosure Statement?

Posted March 31, 2016

When a person takes the plunge to purchase his or her first home, it is an exciting prospect. Looking at properties, floor plans, neighborhoods, paint colors, and more is fun for many people. The other side of purchasing a new home is the “business” side of things such as qualifying for a mortgage, down payments, […]