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January 2018 Archives

When might a contract be unenforceable?

Contracts are necessary to detail how a business arrangement will be conducted and completed. It is also important to have contracts in case there are any issues about which the participants disagree. A contract dispute can take up significant time and money in settling it. With that, it is important to know under which circumstances a contract might be unenforceable.

Contractor accused of deceptive trade practices in repairs

In New Jersey, when people or entities come to a business agreement, it is possible that there will be disagreements as to how it moves forward and whether the result is what was bargained for. Some businesses can find themselves accused of breach of contract, deceptive trade practices and other problems as part of a contract dispute. With any business dispute, it is integral to have a law firm that understands the perspective of the business owner and can provide protection in any circumstance.

What are the steps to revoking or changing wills?

With the start of a new year, many New Jersey residents are examining their estate plans and determining if changes need to be made. One factor that must be considered is revoking a will before putting a new will into effect. There are many times when this is a sound idea. Examples include significant life changes such as a marriage, a divorce, the birth of a child, or a major change in a portfolio. Knowing the steps to take to revoke or change a will is important to ensure that the new will supersedes the old one and everything is legal.

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Mount Laurel Office
403 Birchfield Drive
Suite 403A
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054

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Linwood Office
Linwood Office
327 Central Avenue
Linwood, NJ 08221

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Cape May Court House Office
Cape May Court House Office
618 Route 9 South
Cape May Court House, NJ 08210

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Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem County Offices
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Woodbury, NJ 08096

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