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How Do I Plan My Estate if I Have Property in Different Countries?

March 24, 2017     By HG.org
Estate planning is the process of determining how to treat property upon a person’s death. This process is often complicated if a person has property in different states or countries.

Modifying a Child Support Order

March 24, 2017     By HG.org
When both parents of a child are willing to work out the support he or she receives, it is possible to modify the child support order put in place by the court. While the agreement between both mother and father may appear fair, it still must go before a judge.

Torts - Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress

March 24, 2017     By HG.org
Intentional infliction of emotional distress is a tort that allows for recovery when one person’s outrageous conduct results in severe emotional trauma to someone else. There must be specific elements that are met in order for the victim to recover compensation from the person who caused the distress.

Voter Bribery: The Treatment of this Pervasive Electoral Offence in Kenya

March 24, 2017     By Ameli Inyangu & Partners
Voter bribery, if committed by a person vying for elective office adversely affects the consideration of elections as free and fair.

Tips for a First Time Buyer of Land in Kenya

March 24, 2017     By Ameli Inyangu & Partners
This is what a first time buyer of land in Kenya needs to know before engaging in conveyancing.

Exceptional Notice Terminating the Employment Relationship for Good Cause in Germany

March 24, 2017     By GRP Rainer LLP
Employers that wish to issue an employee with exceptional notice of dismissal need to be able to cite good cause for this action. Otherwise, the notice of dismissal is generally ineffective.

Legal Mistakes Affecting Business Partnerships

March 23, 2017     By HG.org
Business partnerships can be a favorable way to launch a business by combining a shared vision of the business, complimentary skills and capital from multiple sources. However, many business partnerships end on bad terms. In many cases, this is due to the business partners failing to plan or making preventable mistakes.

Should I Give a Recorded Statement to an Insurance Company?

March 23, 2017     By HG.org
When an accident occurs, the victim usually must deal with at least one insurance company to resolve the matter. This could be through an interview, through a statement requested and an investigation into the matter may transpire to ensure the proper settlement is provided.

Can I Drop My Public Defender and Hire My Own Lawyer?

March 23, 2017     By HG.org
When someone has been accused of committing crime and is in need of a lawyer, he or she is permitted either a public defender or a privately hired lawyer as per the Sixth Amendment of the United States Constitution.

What to Do if Child Protective Services Social Workers Are Investigating You

March 23, 2017     By Williams Law Group, LLC
If you are being investigated by the Child Protection services there are a few things that you should do to protect yourself and your child to the best of your ability.

CPS and Parent’s Rights

March 23, 2017     By Williams Law Group, LLC
CPS decoded: CPS stands for Child Protective Services and is the governmental agency that is responsible for providing child protection. They usually respond to complaints about child abuse or neglect.

Germany Imposes Fines for Illegal Price Fixing

March 23, 2017     By GRP Rainer LLP
Manufacturers are allowed to make non-binding price recommendation, but they cannot issue merchants with price specifications. Otherwise, they are in breach of antitrust law.

Bullying Laws in New Jersey

March 23, 2017     By Williams Law Group, LLC
New Jersey constituted an anti bullying law in 2002 that was one of the first to be initiated, in 2003 New Jersey and 14 other states passed the anti-bullying laws with most of the states forming the laws, due to the vast number of high school shooting being conducted during the period of 1990s.

Elder Abuse Laws in New Jersey

March 23, 2017     By Williams Law Group, LLC
In New Jersey, the goal is to protect those people who are most vulnerable.

Changing Beneficiary Designations after a Divorce

March 23, 2017     By Cores & Associates, LLC
Divorces are never easy. Aside from the emotional aspects of it that are always difficult to deal with, there are many practical things to consider after a divorce is complete that few people think about until it actually becomes a problem.

Sexual Harassment Laws in New Jersey

March 23, 2017     By Cores & Associates, LLC
Much like at the federal level, sexual harassment is prohibited by the state of New Jersey. It is quite important for you to know your rights in case you become a victim of sexual harassment.

Interstate Custody Laws in New Jersey

March 23, 2017     By Cores & Associates, LLC
Custody of children is always a complicated situation. Especially when it comes to cases of interstate custody and the laws surrounding it.

Ways Real Estate Lawyers Transfer Property

March 22, 2017     By HG.org
There are a number of ways in which real estate lawyers are able to transfer property from one owner to another. This is called conveyancing and is a legal means of property transfer.

Real Estate Litigation and Construction Disputes

March 22, 2017     By HG.org
There are several types of litigation possible involving real estate deals. It is when there are construction disputes that these matters become more complicated.

How Can I Protect My Trade Secrets When I Enter into a Business Contract with Another Company?

March 22, 2017     By HG.org
When the creator of a trade secret must do business with another business, it is important that the secrets that are often disclosed to other business are protected as much as possible.

Is Social Media Protected by the First Amendment?

March 22, 2017     By Nicoll Davis & Spinella, LLP
On February 27, 2017, for the first time, the U.S. Supreme Court discussed social media in the context of the First Amendment, recognizing social media as “a crucially important channel of political communication,” arguably deserving of First Amendment protection.

New Administration and LGBT Workplace Protection

March 22, 2017     By Sidney L. Gold & Associates, PC
Even before the new administration took office in January, there has been concern over the future of the 2014 federal order that provides workplace protection rights to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.

Sexual Harassment

March 22, 2017     By Sidney L. Gold & Associates, PC
A recent study suggests that tech giants like Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, and Google may have a long way to go when it comes to programming their bots against sexual stereotypes and harassment.

Grandparent Visitation Rights in New Jersey

March 21, 2017     By Lyons & Associates
When a grandparent plays an integral role in a child’s life, that relationship is often an important source of love, support, and stability, particularly if the child’s parents are divorced.

Workers' Comp: Off-the-Clock Accidents

March 21, 2017     By Jeffrey S. Gross, Attorney at Law
The most basic principle of Workers’ Compensation law is that if an employee is injured on the job, he/she has the right to compensation for medical bills, medications, transportation, and about two-thirds of lost wages.

Improve Your VA Disability Claim

March 21, 2017     By Herren Law
When you or a loved one joined the military, you, like thousands of other veterans, dedicated everything to your service, giving the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, etc. your 110%. Nevertheless, the VA is notorious for inefficiencies when getting disabled veterans their much-needed benefits. Despite your dedication, that may have left you disabled, the VA all-too-often rates the severity of a disability lower than it should be, or the VA takes way too long.

Toys Exposing Personal Information through Data Breach

March 21, 2017     By Galfand Berger LLP
A line of toys manufactured by internet-based company, CloudPets, has left the personal information of nearly 800,000 consumers exposed to hackers everywhere.

Florida DUI Charges Are More than Traffic Tickets

March 21, 2017     By Donald C. Barrett, P.A.
Florida law treats DUI charges as criminal offenses, and anyone charged with DUI should immediately seek the advice of an experienced criminal defense attorney. Even though the evidence may seem strong in a given case, a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney may explore a variety of factual and legal issues to obtain a favorable result.

Common Airplane Turbulence Accidents

March 21, 2017     By Bohrer & Lukeman
Though the number of major airline accidents have diminished in recent years, in-flight turbulence-related injuries have increased, in part due to overworked flight crews and inadequate enforcement of safety protocols.

Can an Adult Child Be Compensated for Back Child Support?

March 21, 2017     By HG.org
Child support sometimes takes years to collect when absentee parents intentionally shirk from their responsibilities or take time to catch up to the obligations of a court order. If a child who was the subject of support is now an adult and an existing support order is in place, questions can arise as to whether the child should be entitled to the support.

My Neighbor’s Animals Are Ruining My Life and Property Value. Can I Sue?

March 21, 2017     By HG.org
When a neighbor is being a nuisance, there are some instances where the person affected may file a claim against them. This is often seen when the nuisance affects the quality of life, the value of property or may injury someone through illness or bodily harm.

Establishing Property Lines with the Help of a Real Estate Lawyer

March 21, 2017     By HG.org
When property owners have disputes with others over trees, creeks, cattle crossing and other matters, it is important to know what the property line is that exists on the land.

Forensic Biomechanics - The Science of Injury Causation

March 21, 2017     By John D. Lloyd, PhD, CPE
Human injury is complicated. If we lived our lives inside a protective bubble then, one day experienced an incident, it may be relatively simple to ascribe any injuries to the traumatic event. But that is typically not the case.

How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

March 21, 2017     By HG.org
Personal injury claims are almost always restricted for filing by a time limitation based on the state and the injury being claimed. The circumstances surrounding the incident may allow for certain extensions, but the time frame to file for a claim is often controlled by what is known as a statute of limitations.

What Is This “Reservation of Rights” Letter that I Received from My Insurer?

March 21, 2017     By HG.org
Insurance policies are often purchased for home, car, life with work, medical and when a something else is needed. Some of these are to protect in case something happens.

Stricter Malpractice Laws

March 21, 2017     By LeViness, Tolzman & Hamilton, PA
When a patient is admitted to the hospital for surgery, his or her life is literally in the hands of the surgeon who is performing the procedure.

Purchasing Immovable Property from Individuals in Russia: Why Marital Status of the Seller Is Important

March 21, 2017     By Mosgo & Partners Law Firm
When buying immovable property or shares in a company from an individual in Russia, one should take into account the potential rights of the seller’s spouse.

How to Find the Right Business Law Lawyer for You

March 20, 2017     By HG.org
When there are business concerns that require the assistance of a lawyer, it is best to contact and then consult with a business legal representative.

How Does an Expert Witness Evaluate Ligament Injuries in Car Accidents?

March 20, 2017     By HG.org
Damage to the ligament is common when a car accident occurs. When an expert witness is needed for the case, this professional must determine how to evaluate the injury of the ligament and how it applies to the case.

Can a Business Ask about My Disability and My Need for a Service Dog?

March 20, 2017     By HG.org
The Americans with Disabilities Act protects a person that has a disability for employment, when in public establishments and from various forms of discrimination.

SME Internationalization: Business Strategies in Italy

March 20, 2017     By Arnone & Sicomo
SME Internationalization: How to expand business to overseas markets.

Compensation from a Skiing Accident

March 20, 2017     By Arnone & Sicomo
Ski accident damage: compensation in civil and criminal matters.

Flat Tax in Italy

March 20, 2017     By Arnone & Sicomo
Flat tax: What is it, how it works and benefits.

Singapore Announces New Patent Rules and Fees to Promote Innovation

March 20, 2017     By Mirandah Asia
Singapore has recently announced a range of major changes to its patent system that will affect those seeking protection in a variety of ways.

Reviewing Franchise Agreements in Germany

March 20, 2017     By GRP Rainer LLP
The key arrangements between franchisees and franchisors are set out in the franchise agreement. For this reason, both parties ought to closely scrutinize this document.

Brief overview of innovations in the Labor Code in the Democratic Republic of Congo

March 20, 2017     By Yav & Associates
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, with the socio-economic evolution and international labor standards, certain provisions of the Law No. 015-2002 of 16 October 2002 establishing the Labor Code were inadequate, resulting in difficulties for their application. It has therefore proved necessary to bring them into line with realities. Hence the promulgation of Law No. 16/010 of 15 July 2016 amending and supplementing the Law No. 015-2002 on the Labor Code.

Parental Alienation in New Jersey

March 20, 2017     By Law Offices of Jef Henninger
New Jersey is not the easiest state to fight a parental alienation case. However, with the right strategy and the right attitude, you can win.

What All Employees Should Know About the ADA

March 20, 2017     By Murphy Law Group, LLC
How Disabilities Are Covered Under Federal Law

Protecting Your Business Interests with Non-Compete Agreements

March 20, 2017     By Apfelbaum Law
A non-compete agreement is a type of restrictive covenant that protects employers from employees leaving and setting up a competing business. For example, if you have a medical office that provides a service like radiology, dentistry, or optometry, you might want a non-compete agreement from your partners or employees. This agreement would protect your business from your head optometrist quitting, open his or her own eye clinic across the street, and taking many of your patients

Someone Broke a Contract

March 20, 2017     By L. Reed Bloodworth
Did a client, vendor, bank, corporation or partner break a contract? Did you break a contract? When someone breaks a contract it's described as a breach. If you breached a contract you may have a valid reason. Or, are you the plaintiff in a breach? What should you do if you're the victim of a breach of contract?

Wills Must Be Respected in UK, as the Supreme Court Ruling on the Challenge by Heather Ilott Reminds Us

March 20, 2017     By Giambrone Law
The well documented case of Heather Ilott and her attempt to overturn her Mother’s will appears to have come to an end with the Supreme Court ruling that, whilst she may have be granted some money from her Mother’s estate, it is a far smaller sum than the Court of Appeal awarded.

Representation or Accompaniment at General Meeting of Shareholders in Germany

March 20, 2017     By GRP Rainer LLP
GmbH shareholders can be represented by a proxy at the general meeting of the shareholders. In addition, it may be permissible according to a ruling of the Oberlandesgericht (OLG) Dresden [Higher Regional Court of Dresden] for them to bring an adviser along to the meeting.

EPA Investigation of Dodge RAM, Jeep Grand Cherokee Emissions Prompts Class Action Lawsuits Against Chrysler

March 20, 2017     By Heygood Orr & Pearson
The EPA has launched an investigation into potential emissions cheating by Chrysler on Dodge RAM and Jeep Grand Cherokee diesel models. A pair of class action lawsuits have been filed against Chrysler on behalf of drivers who purchased or leased one of the affected vehicles. Drivers who owned or leased affected Dodge RAM 1500 EcoDiesel, Dodge RAM 2500, Dodge RAM 3500, or Jeep Grand Cherokee EcoDiesel models may qualify to take legal action.

An Overview of Wrongful Death Claims

March 20, 2017     By Fox & Melofchik, L.L.C.
A wrongful death case can occur when a person is fatally injured as a result of another person or company’s negligence. Accidents such as medical malpractice or a car crash can constitute as a wrongful death claim. Our Middletown wrongful death lawyers answer some questions about these cases below.

Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce

March 20, 2017     By HG.org
There are several types of divorce proceedings and manners that couples decide to dissolve a relationship. One that provides a swifter conclusion is an uncontested divorce. The other that may cause extensive time, money and energy to resolve is a contested divorce.

Can Bicyclists be Liable for Traffic Accidents

March 20, 2017     By HG.org
Bicyclists are sometimes the reason a traffic accident occurs. While these incidents are not common, they may be catastrophic depending on the factors of the situation. If the bicyclist swerved into oncoming traffic, he or she may have just caused one vehicle to collide with another.

Using a Private Investigators to Look for Adopted Relatives

March 20, 2017     By HG.org
When a child has been adopted and told about this, he or she may feel like an entire world of possibilities is missing from his or her life. The idea of blood relatives may play on the mind until something is done.

Our Family Owns Property with Mineral Rights. How do we Handle the Transfer of Ownership?

March 20, 2017     By HG.org
The rights to minerals on land may be complicated when applied to inheritance or legal struggles. If there is a transfer of ownership, there could be several ways to transfer the rights.

What are RESPA Violations?

March 20, 2017     By HG.org
Consumers and buyers of real estate are protected by the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act. When mortgage lenders, various servicers and brokers are involved in a deal, they must ensure certain disclosures are explained to these buyers about costs involved in purchasing the real estate.

Factors that Contribute to Nursing Home Abuse

March 18, 2017     By HG.org
As the number of elderly individuals increases in the general population, there is a greater number of persons entering nursing and assisted living facilities either of their own volition or due to family.

Denied: Workers Compensation Claims and How a Lawyer Can Help

March 17, 2017     By HG.org
Workers’ compensation claims are processed through a company that has a package purchased to take the place of other plans when an employee becomes injured while working for a company. However, it is possible that a claim may be denied.

I Did Not Consent to Further Use of Frozen Embryos – What Are My Rights?

March 17, 2017     By HG.org
Frozen embryos are considered property by most states due to the both a lack of laws regarding the freezing and distribution of these embryos and the idea that they are not human until they are born.

Essential Legal Tips for Business Owners

March 17, 2017     By HG.org
New business owners can take steps during the initial stage of their business to protect their legal interest. The following tips can help a business owner start with a strong foundation.

Americans With Disabilities Act

March 17, 2017     By Sidney L. Gold & Associates, PC
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 is a civil rights law prohibiting discrimination against disabled individuals in every aspect of public life.

Design Defects

March 17, 2017     By Eichen, Crutchlow, Zaslow & McElroy, LLP
A recent ruling by the Connecticut Supreme Court highlights the role of design defect plaintiffs in product liability litigation.

What Are the Benefits of a Joint Will in New Jersey?

March 17, 2017     By Cores & Associates, LLC
If you have assets that you want to pass onto spouse should anything happen to you then you may have considered a joint will.

How Do You Prepare for Divorce Mediation in New Jersey?

March 17, 2017     By Cores & Associates, LLC
If you have decided that divorce mediation is the way to go, then you will more than likely have already booked your first appointment.

Opportunities Created by the New Duty Free Zone Regulation in Colombia

March 17, 2017     By Abusaid Gómez & Asociados
After the 2016 tax reform that took place in Colombia one thing is clear. Duty Free Zones (DFZ) took the best portion of tax benefits and incentives, and undoubtedly became the most attractive vehicle for a foreign investor to do business in Colombia. Of course, the convenience of the DFZ also depends on whether the business model of the investor is adequate for DFZ, something that needs to be looked up closely, case by case.

How Is Child Support Calculated In New Jersey?

March 17, 2017     By Cores & Associates, LLC
There are many variants that can affect the amount that the non-resident parent is liable to pay towards the child’s/children’s upbringing which will mean that a friend or family member with the same amount of dependants may be paying a different amount.

How a Simple Assault Conviction Can Ruin Your Life

March 17, 2017     By Williams Law Group, LLC
What is a simple assault? Though the legal definition of simple assault varies from state to state, the broad base subscribes to it being an act of misdemeanor.

The Dos and Don’ts of a CPS Visit

March 17, 2017     By Williams Law Group, LLC
CPS or Child Protective Services is a government agency in the United States of America that mainly deals with cases of child abuse and neglect.

Therapist Records in a Child Abuse Allegation

March 17, 2017     By Williams Law Group, LLC
It is a common practice to place children in therapy, in case sexual abuse is alleged or suspected in a given situation.

Are Prenuptial Agreements Necessary in New Jersey?

March 17, 2017     By Williams Law Group, LLC
In New Jersey you are not required by law to make a prenuptial agreement before marriage however it is advisable to do so.

Role of Private Investigators in Child Custody Cases

March 17, 2017     By HG.org
Many child custody cases are heated and involve allegations from both sides lodged against each other. Having a private investigator can help tilt the evidence in one direction. A private investigator can perform a number of investigative functions to gather the information necessary to prove the client’s claims.

Can I Emancipate Myself from My Parents?

March 17, 2017     By HG.org
In some situations, a child who has not yet reached the age of 18 may want to acquire the right to make certain decisions regarding his or her own life. Emancipation from his or her parents may provide the ability to acquire this right.

Application of the One Bite Rule in Dog Bite Cases

March 17, 2017     By HG.org
Animal attacks are common in areas where there are forests and family home developments. However, many of these dogs are carefully managed by their owners. In some instances, they are provoked or instigated into biting another person. On occasion, they attack an innocent with no seeming reason.

The Ins and Outs of Hiring a Private Investigator in a Divorce Case

March 16, 2017     By HG.org
In some divorce cases, it may become necessary to hire a private investigator to help with the process. An expert may be needed to find certain evidence and to complete specific tasks before the divorce is final. This helps to protect a person’s legal and financial interests.

Who Is to Blame When a Driverless Car Crashes and Causes Injury?

March 16, 2017     By Galfand Berger LLP
With technological advances being made at a shockingly fast rate, it may come as no surprise that driverless, or robot cars, are already on American roadways.

Top Class Action Lawsuit Questions

March 16, 2017     By HG.org
Class action lawsuits are occurring with greater frequency due to so many multiple party litigation cases. When a company has harmed or injured numerous individuals, it is possible that a case against the business is possible with everyone aggrieved attached.

Buying Out a Business Partner

March 16, 2017     By HG.org
At some point during the course of the business partnership relationship, there may come a time when the partners no longer want to work together. This can be because of a fundamental difference regarding the way that they want to run the business.

How Do I Check the Status of My New Jersey CPS Case?

March 16, 2017     By Williams Law Group, LLC
The Child Protective Services (or CPS as it is more commonly known) is a government agency.

Offshore Web Hosting for an Online Business

March 16, 2017     By The Posey Law Firm, PC
Privacy, security, and freedom of speech and expression are reasons many businesses give for choosing offshore website hosting. The physical location of the actual servers that the web hosting company uses to run a website determines the laws under which the website operates. So a website that is hosted by a company with servers in Iceland must comply with the laws of Iceland. There are both excellent and questionable offshore website hosting companies in countries around the world.

Weapons at Work: Texas Law and Business Policy

March 16, 2017     By The Posey Law Firm, PC
With both constitutional and statutory protections for citizens to carry arms, businesses are faced with walking a fine line between providing a safe work environment, reducing business liability, protecting business reputation and standing, and restricting personal freedom.

Business Disputes That Require a Business Attorney

March 16, 2017     By JGPC Business & Corporate Law
Even though Americans pride themselves on their rugged individualism and independence, there are some things that simply should not be attempted by amateurs or those without the proper knowledge and experience.

What Is Crowdfunding? (And How Can It Help Your Startup?)

March 16, 2017     By JGPC Business & Corporate Law
Crowdfunding is an innovative way to raise money for a project by pooling small contributions from a large number of people.

Legal Structure for a Business with 50/50 Shareholders

March 16, 2017     By Matt Dickstein, Business Attorney
The key to the [legal structure of a business with 50/50 shareholders] is this: The two partners can either work together, or they can break up.

Are Irrevocable Trusts in New Jersey a Good Idea?

March 16, 2017     By Cores & Associates, LLC
Although there are some circumstances where a revocable trust is useful it is usually not necessary.

The Right to Compensation for Plane Crash Victims

March 16, 2017     By Carter Capner Law
Nobody likes to think about being in a plane crash when traveling. It does happen, and people should know what to expect if it does. Important information about what will occur after a plane crash is printed on a person's plane ticket. There will be information concerning what an airline is required to do by law in the event of such an event.

Six California Plaintiffs Awarded $1 Billion Verdict for Defective Metal Hip Implants

March 16, 2017     By d'Oliveira & Associates
After being implanted with the devices the Plaintiffs all claim to have serious injuries due to the implant system.

Categories of Defective Product Cases

March 15, 2017     By HG.org
There are many personal injury cases caused due to an incident with physical objects instead of specific persons. These are usually due to defective products created by a manufacturer or distributed by a company.

What Is an Invasion of Privacy Claim?

March 15, 2017     By HG.org
There are many versions of sharing someone’s private details by accident that are not considered an invasion of privacy. However, when the divulging of these specifics is accomplished in certain ways, a claim may be possible for the damage this act causes.

Expert Witness: Common Factors that Contribute to Truck Accidents

March 15, 2017     By HG.org
Truck accidents are among the general vehicular incidents on the road that lead to property damage, injury and death. When a truck collides with a smaller or less equipped car, the truck usually is damaged less, and those inside the bigger vehicle tend to have fewer injuries.

Antitrust Authority in Israel Continues Its Trend of Stricter Punishment

March 15, 2017     By Barnea & Co. Law Offices
The Israel Antitrust Authority (‘’IAA’’) has announced its intention to impose a financial sanction in the sum of NIS 25,640,000 on Bitan Wines, due to its violation of the terms of the merger between Bitan Wines and the Mega supermarket chain.

The Right to Review Digital Database in Israel

March 15, 2017     By Barnea & Co. Law Offices
Within the scope of a new directive published recently by the database registrar at the Israeli Law, Information and Technology Authority, entities, such as service-providers, that retain recordings of telephone conversations or chat correspondence with their customers will be forced to enable their customers (the subjects of the information) to also access information of this type.

Carve-out Plans for Company Employees in Israel

March 15, 2017     By Barnea & Co. Law Offices
One of the common remuneration mechanisms in startups and technology companies is the granting of options to employees in addition to or, sometimes, in lieu of, the traditional remuneration component – the cash salary.

Factors That Will Be Considered in Extradition Requests in UAE

March 15, 2017     By Hassan Elhais
The UAE is home to a great number of foreign citizens and thus has set out extensive laws relating to when it will and will not process extradition requests from foreign countries.

Liability of Employers and Payors of Funds in Child Support Matters

March 15, 2017     By Maury D. Beaulier, Attorney at Law
Employers and Payors of Funds may face contempt and other significant penalties if they fault to properly withhold proceeds from income or payments to someone who owe child support. Understanding the obligations is critical to avoiding potential liabilities.

Estate Laws in New Jersey

March 15, 2017     By Cores & Associates, LLC
Estate laws in New Jersey are changing as of 2017. The estate laws are expected to be repealed altogether during the 2018 calendar year.

Can You Avoid the Gift Tax in New Jersey?

March 15, 2017     By Cores & Associates, LLC
If you have left anything of value in your will to gift to a loved one in the event of your death, then you should be aware that in the State of New Jersey anyone who has lived or owns property there will be subject to inheritance and state estate tax.

How Do You Update Your Estate Plan in New Jersey?

March 15, 2017     By Cores & Associates, LLC
If you have an estate plan in place, the likelihood of circumstances changing over the course of time is high.

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