Monthly Archives: August 2013

Religion and Bankruptcy

As a New Jersey bankruptcy attorney, I understand the decision to file bankruptcy can be one of the most emotional decisions a person has to deal with. Clients will often tell me, “I’ve worked so hard, for so long, and up until now I paid all my bills on time; but now because of the… Read more »

The Significance of a Letter of Intent:

In almost any negotiations for the conveyance of property (e.g., a purchase, sale, or lease), prior to drafting the contract or lease, the parties will come to terms regarding the business points as well as legal issues. More often than not – especially in commercial transactions – the terms will be reduced to writing although… Read more »

Commercial Leasing: Do Not be “Penny Wise, Pound Foolish”

Commercial Leases Are Crucially Important to the Success of Your Business As a New Jersey real estate lawyer, I actually enjoy negotiating and reviewing commercial leases and not because I love legalese, but because I know how crucially important the terms of a lease are to the success of my business clients. A commercial lease… Read more »

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