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WHEN DOES A CONTRACT NEED TO BE SIGNED?

As a general rule, oral contacts in New Jersey are enforceable – not that they are recommended. Contracts may be oral, for instance; someone offers another person a car, then the other person verbally accepts the offer and pays for the car. First there always has to be an offer of a contract, second, there […]

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DO I NEED AN ATTORNEY TO ASSIST ME IN A REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION (PURCHASE OR SALE)?

Though two parties legally do not require an attorney to carry out the sale or purchase of real estate, few real estate deals in the state of New Jersey are executed without one. The following are some situations where attorney services, or the presence thereof, are beneficial to either one or both parties, during the […]

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How to Avoid Your Will Being Contested or Objected To in New Jersey

A will contest is when two or more legal heirs of a deceased person are fighting over the assets in a will. An objection to a will by the probate office is when the will does not comply with the basic guidelines of will formation. This is a different hurdle, and is more difficult to […]

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MAYBE YOUR D.W.I. CONVICTION CAN BE THROWN OUT AFTER N.J. SUPREME COURT RULING

N.J. SUPREME COURT RULES THAT 20,000 D.W.I. CONVICTIONS MAY BE THROWN OUT If you were convicted of driving while under the influence of alcohol in New Jersey in Monmouth, Middlesex, Ocean, Somerset, and Union counties between 2008 and 2016, you may be able to reopen your conviction. The reasoning for the ruling is as follows, […]

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Uncontested Divorce versus Contested Divorce

There is a big difference between a Contested and Uncontested Divorce.  A Contested Divorce is when the parties are not in agreement with the terms of the Divorce, whereas an Uncontested Divorce, the parties are either in agreement or one party is not contesting the terms of the Divorce, which were set forth by the […]

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Why We Need Net Neutrality

Why We Need Net Neutrality

The FCC is trying to take away your internet, and today is the day to put an end to it. Every citizen, every business needs to step forward and join the fight to keep the internet free. Without you the future of hundreds of thousands of jobs and hundreds of industries are at risk of […]

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Is Bankruptcy Right For You?

Some reasons for filing bankruptcy include stopping the sale of your home or car, stopping an existing wage garnishment, obtaining a fresh start by ridding yourself of past credit card or medical bills, DMV fines.  Bankruptcy can provide your with a fresh start and clean slate to begin your life without creditors, depending upon the […]

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What are the Options When Facing Foreclosure? #Foreclosure

What are the Options When Facing Foreclosure? #Foreclosure

People facing foreclosure, those who have already lost their homes to foreclosure (but prior to a sheriff sale), and even those who are just about ready to be removed from their homes by a sheriff have options. They may not only be able to partially salvage their credit, but they may also be able to […]

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NEW SITE!

My new site is live. I will now be able to post in-depth guides and articles about law and the services we provide! Share Raymond is experienced in a host of different areas, including Immigration, Criminal, Divorce & Family Law, Wills & Estate, Incorporating your business as well as advising small businesses with their tax […]

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