According to a report published at NJ.com, a New Jersey music teacher was awarded $1.8 million after a judge determined that her adult-onset asthma and other lung conditions had been caused by mold in a classroom. The teacher, Mary Jean Alsina, first filed the lawsuit in 2013, alleging that she had developed serious lung problems … Continue reading Teacher Sickened by Moldy Classroom is Awarded $1.8 Million
Selling your home can be a big decision. Often, it means that you are moving on to bigger or better things, however, you cannot completely move on until you have sold your property. Selling a house is not always an easy process, though it can help significantly if you know what to expect. The following … Continue reading Top 9 Things to Think About When Selling a Home
When many people sit down to develop their comprehensive estate plan, they have concerns regarding beneficiaries other than their spouse. If you have children from a previous relationship or adult children, you will want to address how assets will be distributed directly to them, as they will not necessarily pass through your spouse. However, distributing … Continue reading Can You Use a Trust to Protect a Non-Spouse Beneficiary?
Here’s What You can Expect Few things can be more stressful for a landlord or tenant than a dispute regarding the premises or the lease. A dispute can mean a landlord is not receiving important income and that a tenant may lose the roof over their head. If a landlord and tenant are unable to … Continue reading Going to Court for a Landlord-Tenant Dispute?