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Selling A Business

It is important to consult with an experienced attorney throughout the process of selling a business in New Jersey to ensure that all necessary steps are taken and that your rights and interests are protected.

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Crosswalk Personal Injuries

If you have been struck by a negligent driver while crossing the street in a crosswalk, you may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit against the driver to seek compensation for your damages.

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Sidewalk Personal Injuries

If a property owner fails to maintain their sidewalk and someone is injured as a result, the property owner may be held liable for the victim's injuries.

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Estate Administration Responsibilities

It is important for the executor or administrator to follow the specific provisions of the will and the laws of the state of New Jersey in carrying out their duties. If they fail to do so, they may be held liable for any losses or damages that result.

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Landlord Registration Of Rental Properties

Failure to register rental units or obtain the required permits or licenses can result in fines and other legal action. Landlord registration helps ensure that rental properties in New Jersey meet certain standards and are safe and wearable for tenants.

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The State of Abortion In New Jersey

In New Jersey, abortion is legal and available throughout the state.

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Challenging A Will In New Jersey

If you believe that a will that has been probated in New Jersey Surrogate Court is invalid or that it does not accurately reflect the wishes of the deceased person, you may be able to challenge the will by filing a will contest. A will contest is a legal action that is used to dispute the validity of a will.

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The Medicaid Look-Back Period

To determine eligibility for Medicaid long-term care benefits, the state of New Jersey has a "look-back" period of five years. This means that the state will review an applicant's financial information for the five years prior to the date of the application to see if they have made any transfers of assets for less than fair market value.

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Capital Gains On The Sale Of Real Estate And The Stepped-Up Basis

Under the federal tax code, when a person dies and transfers ownership of their real estate to another person, the recipient of the property (the heir or beneficiary) receives a "stepped-up" basis in the property.

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Who Inherits When There Is No Will

Under New Jersey law, when a person dies without a will (intestate), their property is distributed to their heirs according to the state's intestacy laws. Intestacy laws determine who inherits a person's property based on their relationship to the deceased.

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