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Criminal Law

Over the course of my career, I have handled almost every type of criminal law case imaginable. I handled a capital punishment murder trial which resulted in an acquittal.

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Small Business Concerns

I have read that small businesses are responsible for employing nearly half of all workers in the United States. Due to the pandemic restrictions imposed, small businesses are currently either closed or doing a fraction of their previous business.

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Landlord and Tenant Hold Harmless Release Regarding Covid-19

Due to the current exceptional circumstances that exist regarding the occupancy of residences, I have been drafting documents to act as Addendums to short term Leases.

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Real Estate Trends During the Pandemic

People in the real estate industry are discussing and analyzing the current business and activity regarding the New Jersey market. Obviously, everyone points to the low interest rates which exist at this time.

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The Housing Market

As everyone has recently learned clearly, no can predict the future. In this Blog, I can report that the present moment is very strong for real estate in New Jersey. I have experienced a tremendous volume of new transactions over the last 6 weeks.

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Compromise Solutions

The real estate lawyer's role and work has been drastically affected by the pandemic ( as has occurred in all areas of life.)

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Have a safe and Happy Fourth of July to all!

In these unprecedented times, it may seem hard to celebrate, but it is more important now than ever that we look to days like these to allow yourself to enjoy some smile time!

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Now is the Time

Usually, in a time of uncertainty, it is best to hunker down and not make any significant moves until things calm down, That logic does not seem to be the case with real estate as we come out of this pandemic lockdown.

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Summer Rentals

New Jersey has always been very popular for summer rentals down the shore. The current COVID-19 pandemic is affecting all aspects of people's lives and commerce, including summer rentals.

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Tax Appeal and Real Estate Activity

Governor Murphy signed a new Order extending the deadline to allow property owners to file real estate property tax appeals until July 1, 2020.

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