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What Should I Ask a Potential Real Estate Attorney?

Hiring an attorney is an important step in the real estate process and should not be taken lightly. It is essential that you make sure your attorney can effectively represent you and has the knowledge to protect your rights every step of the way.

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NJ Ranked First in National Foreclosure Rates

Foreclosure rates for the United States in 2017 were just released and yet again, New Jersey takes the cake for most foreclosures in the country. A report on national foreclosure rates was done by ATTOM Data Solutions.

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How Can I Request Child Support Payments?

Raising a child is one of the greatest joys in life but it is also very expensive to do so. When you have a child with another person who is no longer in your life, you want to make sure that you aren’t left with the financial burden of caring for the child on your own.

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Contesting a Will in New Jersey

When a person reaches the end of their life, they usually have many cherished assets. These are things that should be passed on to loved ones to continue to be taken care of when their life is over.

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What Is a Reaffirmation Agreement?

When an individual is facing significant debt, they may be unsure of what to do or what their options are. Often, these dire financial situations lead a person to begin considering bankruptcy. Bankruptcy can be a saving grace for many debtors and gives them the opportunity to have a fresh financial start.

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What Is a Beneficiary’s Role in Estate Administration?

When people administer their estate through a will and other documents, they include directions on how to complete this process and who should be involved in it. This provides an outline on how they want their assets to be distributed when they die. They can include the names of beneficiaries in their will.

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How Can the Automatic Stay Be Beneficial?

During times of financial difficulty, individuals can turn to the bankruptcy process to help them fix their situation and work toward a more successful financial future. This process can help them take a look at their finances and see where they went wrong and how they can improve their situation.

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How Does the Probate Process Work?

It can be beneficial for you to plan for your estate administration. By planning for your estate administration, your friends and family will not have to worry about your possessions and what to do with them. Instead, you will have already created a plan for them. Probate is an important part of the estate administration process.

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What Are Bank Owned Properties?

In response to delinquent or defaulted payments, a property becomes an REO (another term for bank owned property) when a lender takes possession of a property. Most bank owned properties are because of late payments, no payments, or missed deadlines. In general, there are three ways in which a property becomes bank-owned.

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Drafting a Will in New Jersey

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