Understanding Consequences of Joint Income Tax Returns September 18, 2017 | Innocent Spouse or Injured Spouse? These two terms are pertinent to joint federal income tax returns and are also the source of quite a bit of confusion. Many people do not fully understand the consequences of signing a joint income tax return.
NJ Employment Law at a Glance August 18, 2017 | Did you know that New Jersey is an “employment-at-will” state? This means that either an employer or employee may terminate their relationship at any time – without warning, reason, or cause.
Consumer Transactions: Here's How You're Protected July 28, 2017 | Consumer protection laws exist to (among many other things) prevent the use of low-quality materials in products, stop unethical practices and ensure that consumers (nationwide) who are the victims of wrongful business practices can receive justice
Home Improvements in NJ: What You Need to Know June 26, 2017 | Just about any time a homeowner hires a contractor to improve, or repair a home (or the property of the home), both the homeowner and the contractor step into one of the most regulated types of consumer transactions under New Jersey law.
Future Losses in a Personal Injury Claim June 1, 2017 | Future losses in income or earnings are key players in personal injury claims in New Jersey, especially when your injury has permanently hindered your ability to work.