Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2016’

Selling Real Property as an Executor

As the Executor or Administrator of an Estate, part of your duties is to liquidate any real estate owned by the decedent. While the process is similar to other sale transactions, there are extra steps- and extra pitfalls- that the estate administrator must consider. When listing the house with a realtor, try to get more than one professional opinion of …

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Child Support Law Changes

New Jersey Child Support Payments Now Terminate Automatically If you receive or pay child support in New Jersey, a new law may seriously affect those payments. Currently, New Jersey law provides no automatic termination of child support payments.  Once a child turns 18, the onus is upon the paying party to seek termination of support.  While there is a presumption …

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