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What are real estate contingencies?

Real estate contracts are an important part of the sale of a home. A home sale contract is created when you decide to purchase a particular home and the seller has accepted your offer.

Within this contract are a number of contingencies. The contingencies must be met before the home's purchase can be completed.

Understand zoning and get the right property

Zoning is an important way to divide land in a municipality into specific zones for residential areas, commercial areas and others. Zoning laws can be very specific, creating locations for utility lines, adding restrictions on accessory buildings or even limiting the number of rooms in a property.

Nearly every major urban area in the United States has zoning laws, which is important for you to understand if you plan to open a business and buy property. The property you choose needs to be zoned for commercial purposes, and it may need to have other planning permissions before you can set up your business.

Making a valid will in New Jersey

Writing a will is a vital step in preparing for the disbursement of your assets after you die. In New Jersey, a will allows you, the testator, to provide for beneficiaries after your death. You may use a will to leave property to your spouse, children, family members and friends. 

But it is crucial to create your will according to the law and best practices. If you do not properly write and execute your will, it may lead to disputes and confusion for your heirs. Here are some legal requirements and general tips for making a will in the Garden State.

A lawsuit could help you get the compensation you deserve

Personal injuries come in all forms. One person might have broken bones from falling down concrete steps at a local library. Another person might have whiplash from getting involved in a rear-end collision. Every injury is different, and every victim deserves to receive treatment that will help them recover.

One problem occurs when the person or facility that caused them harm does not have appropriate insurance coverage. Whether that means not carrying insurance at all or not having enough coverage to provide the compensation the individual needs, it's a major problem for the victim.

What can you do if a tenant damages your property?

When you have a tenant who is damaging your property, you might want to start looking into eviction and other legal options. You want to guarantee that the property you are renting out will be left in good condition. Otherwise, you'll end up losing money despite all the rent you've collected.

The goal of every landlord is to find a tenant who is respectful of the space. Without that, the tenant could end up costing them more than they're worth. In addition to the money needed for repairs, you may not be able to rent the space for a time while those repairs are made.

How does zoning work in a city?

Understanding what a piece of land is zoned for or how it is to be used is important. If you don't know before you buy a piece of land or property, it could turn out that you don't have the opportunity to use the land for the purposes you had in mind.

A good example of this is purchasing a property that you want to use for business. Depending on the local zoning laws, the home or property may not be able to be used for commercial purposes. If it is zoned as a residential area, the only thing you'll be able to do is use the home as a residential property. Similarly, if you buy a property downtown and it's zoned for commercial use, then you likely won't be able to use it for residential purposes.

3 tips for any young person's estate planning needs

You're young, so the idea of planning for your death might seem far off in the distance. Despite that, there is no way to know how long you'll live, and you may have people and assets you want to protect in the case of serious injury or death.

Even if you're young, one of the best things you can do is start to plan your estate. Your estate plan protects you at times when you're at your most vulnerable. It also protects your children and restricts access to your assets.

Don't underestimate the need for a great criminal defense lawyer

Criminal defense is about more than just building a defense to protect you. It's about guiding you through the criminal trial process and helping you cope with all that comes with the case. It's about preparing you for a possible trial and advising you when a plea deal is or is not a good idea.

Your attorney has experience with cases like yours, and they're also experienced in dealing with the judges, officers, medical examiners, attorneys and others who may work on the case.

3 questions to ask before buying a rental property

When you're looking for a solid investment, real estate might be on your mind. Real estate can be a great way to put your money into an asset that builds your wealth over time and pays off in the immediate future if you choose to have renters.

Real estate can be a risky business, though, if you're not careful about which property you buy. To make things easier on yourself, there are some questions you should ask before moving forward with a purchase.

Get started on your estate plan to protect your interests

Estate planning can be a complicated task, but the good news is that most people can set up a basic estate plan with just a little bit of help from their attorneys and tax or financial advisors. The point of an estate plan is to make sure you have the basic protections in place, like your will, a health care proxy and your durable power of attorney.

The purpose of an estate plan is to protect you and to help maximize what you leave behind to heirs or beneficiaries. Your estate plan can help you minimize taxes and help others understand your wishes once you pass away.

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