Here's What You Need to Know about Business Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy Lawyer When you set out to start your own business, there’s no telling what the future holds for you. You may make it big and end up more successful than you’d ever imagined, or you may have to close your doors and brush it off as a disappointing (but still educational) learning experience. Nobody sets out to shutter their business. Unfortunately, due to current events such as the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s been reported that
4 Myths Regarding Probate - Last Will And Testament

4 Myths Regarding Probate

Posted on September 24, 2022
Probate Lawyer If you or a loved one needs assistance with the probate process, seek the help of a trusted probate lawyer Bergen County, NJ clients rely on to understand and equip themselves for probate. There seems to be quite a bit of ambiguity regarding what probate is, and what a probate lawyer’s role is within it. The following are a few myths regarding probate. The probate process is mandatory in every state. This assumption
Car Loan Delinquencies - Side Rear of Empty Mid Size Towing Truck

Car Loan Delinquencies

Posted on September 14, 2022
Collections Lawyer Repo Rates are increasing! With the recent skyrocketing prices of new and used cars, along with the attendant interest rate increases, it’s no wonder that car loan delinquencies and subsequent repossessions are on the rise as well.  The average amount financed for a new car in Q2 2022 was $40,290 and $28,534 for used cars.  Other sources have cited numbers for new car financing at $39,340 and $30,830 for used.  The average monthly

Bipartisan Safe Community Act July 2022

Posted on August 30, 2022
On June 25, 2022 President Biden signed S.2938, the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act  (BSCA), into law.  This law deals with firearm offenses:  creating new firearms criminal offenses and significantly expanding existing penalties for federal firearms offenses. A summary of some of the changes follow: The Act Raises the statutory maximum for 18 U.S.C. § 922(d) & (g) (felon in possession of a firearm) offenses from 10 to 15 years. See § 12001 (BSCA at 10-11), § 12004(d) (BCSA at
After being injured in an accident, you may be wondering what steps you should take. Is it vindictive to file a personal injury claim or does it make sense when someone else’s recklessness or carelessness caused you to become injured? The truth is, when someone else was acting negligently and caused you to become injured, you have every right to file a personal injury claim. It is important to understand that while these claims can
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