If you’re buying a New Jersey property, such as a new home, it’s an exciting time. A property purchase, however, is probably the most significant purchase that you’ll ever make, so it’s important to know the ropes. In New Jersey, those who sell property must make certain disclosures to prospective home buyers – or risk … Continue reading What Must Sellers Disclose Before You Buy Their Property?
Legal speak can sound much like gobbledygook, and many of us simply ignore the terms that are bandied about. What do they even mean? Privity is one such legal term, but if you’re involved in a landlord/tenant relationship, it’s time to take a closer look. Privity Privity refers to a direct, close, or successive relationship, … Continue reading What is Privity?
Wills, in and of themselves, are complicated but important documents. When you make a written revision to your will, it’s called a codicil. Your will can incorporate such a revision, but the codicil must meet specific requirements. For instance, just as your Will was signed and witnessed – so must your codicil be. Further, your … Continue reading What Does Codicil Mean?
Most of us understand that estate planning is important to our families’ futures, but way too many of us put it off. After all, it’s not always a comfortable topic. Getting down to the business of planning your estate, however, can bring you much needed and priceless peace of mind. Why wait? The Top Three … Continue reading The Top 3 Reasons People Are Waiting to Make an Estate Plan