“Why Am I Being Joined In This Foreclosure Action?”
“Why am I being joined in this foreclosure action?” is a very common question posed to lenders and foreclosure counsel
Do I Have a Breach of Contract Claim?
Contracts are legally binding promises that permeate every facet of our personal and professional lives. Indeed, in today's world, entering
Important Real Estate Litigation FAQs to Know
In this article, we will explore three of the most frequently asked questions about real estate litigation.
The New Jersey Medical Aid in Dying Act
In 2019, a law was enacted in the State of New Jersey which authorized medical aid in dying for terminally
New Jersey Foreclosure Mediation an Alternative Even in Bankruptcy
In October of 2008, as a response to the foreclosure crisis, the New Jersey Judiciary announced the implementation of the
What is a Codicil to a Will?
For relatively minor updates, you may be able to amend your Will with a written codicil instead of having to
Power of Attorney, Conservatorship, and Guardianship: Protective Arrangements for Adults and How they Work
Powers of attorney, conservatorships, and guardianships are similar in terms of what they accomplish.
Resumption of Civil Trials in the COVID ERA
Now, after almost 11 months, New Jersey is finally ready to restart civil jury trials.
Balancing Legislative Changes and Navigating New Jersey Foreclosures in the Face of a Pandemic
It seems everywhere you look; new legislation is being rolled out, which affects a secured creditor's right to proceed with
Commercial Real Estate Lending as a Result of COVID-19
Commercial real estate lenders are feeling the results of a weakened commercial real estate market.