Not every couple chooses to marry, but unmarried couples face specific risks that married couples do not. If you’re part of an unmarried couple, carefully consider your rights and, with the help of an experienced estate planning attorney, implement an estate plan. In New Jersey, unmarried couples risk losing their shared assets if one partner … Continue reading Estate Planning – Living Together but Not Married, No Problem!
Filing a tax appeal on a tax assessment can be an effective tool for many New Jersey property owners. It’s important to understand the tax assessment timeline, however, before you consider a tax appeal. While no one likes staring down a tax assessment that’s perceived as astonishingly high, it’s important to understand the tax appeal … Continue reading Tax Assessments – Knowing When to Appeal