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Pedestrian struck on New Jersey roadway

Pedestrians are always at risk on the roads, and they're among those most likely to be killed if they are hit. For pedestrians to stay as safe as possible, it's the responsibility of drivers to pay attention and slow down when pedestrians are near.

In Trenton, New Jersey, a pedestrian was hit and injured in a crash near Franklin and Liberty Streets. The woman, who was near the roadway, was struck at approximately 5:30 p.m.

Why should your business be in your estate plan?

If you plan to run a business in New Jersey, there are some things you should consider, particularly when it comes to your business and estate. When you age, the reality is that you may no longer be able to run your business. If that happens, you'll need to pass it on to someone else, sell it or close your doors.

When you create a business, having it in your estate plan is a necessary step to protecting it in the future. If you do not include it in your estate plan, then anyone who is left to work there or take over won't have directions for what to do next. The business could even enter into probate, which is a long, tedious and sometimes contentious process for your family.

What injuries can you expect following a motorcycle crash?

When you're on a motorcycle, it's a lot of fun. You feel the breeze on your body, and it's a much more adrenaline-inducing activity than driving a typical passenger vehicle. There are risks, though.

The problem with motorcycle crashes is that they usually result in serious wounds to the riders. These are three common injuries that happen after a motorcycle crash.

Is Your Business Paying Too Much in Property Taxes?

New Jersey is home to over 200,000 singly located businesses, all fighting to claim and retain their spot in the market.

As if owning a business wasn’t already hard enough, a recent study by WalletHub ranked New Jersey 44th in a listing of best states to start a business. If you’re one of the business owners who survived the first years, you have likely spent an enormous amount of time reducing overhead expenses. According to the study, the following business costs are pulling New Jersey down in the listing.

The importance of planning in advance for long-term care

Are many people missing an important piece when it comes to planning for the future? A recent survey points to the answer being yes.

Specifically, the survey suggests that it is very common for people to not have a plan in place regarding future long-term care needs. The survey was of financial advisors of high net worth individuals. According to the survey’s results, fewer than one-fourth of individuals with a high net worth have established plans related to long-term care.

How long does it take to evict a tenant?

You may own an entire apartment building, or several condos that you rent out for extra income. Of course, with anything that involves tenants, there are challenges that accompany your role as landlord. What if one stops paying their rent? What are your options when it comes to evicting the tenant? 

How to deal with a problem tenant

Becoming a landlord seemed like a good way to create a lasting source of income. Whether you are managing one property or multiple properties, you want to make sure to protect your investment. Now you have found yourself in a situation with a problem tenant. You just need to know your options.

If your tenant is behaving irresponsibly at your property, your first inclination might be toward eviction. However, evicting a tenant means a trip to court, which could mean a drawn-out process with legal fees. You must also have good cause to evict a tenant. It might be in your best interests to try to work it out with the tenant first.

Your estate plan may include more than a will

Preparing for the distribution of your assets after your death is only one aspect of estate planning, although it is one that you should not procrastinate about. There are several options available through New Jersey state law to help you ensure that your wishes are carried out after you no longer have the ability to express them.

Learning more about these options and choosing which ones are most suitable for you is the first step in the right direction towards peace of mind for you and your family.

At what age should people write their wills?

Upon a person's death, a last will and testament lays out how to divide the person's assets and what funeral arrangements should be made. It is a critical document that saves the deceased's loved ones a lot of hassle. That is why it is bizarre that approximately 64 percent of American adults do not have a will, as per a report in USA Today

There are many reasons why adults delay writing a will. Many simply choose to wait until they reach retirement to craft a will. However, people as young as 18 should really look into creating one of these documents. It may not be essential for every 18-year-old, but people should look at their own situations independently to determine if it would be wise to write a will at this point in their lives. 

3 tips for first-time homebuyers

Buying a home may seem too daunting. You might feel tempted to continue to rent or simply buy the first house you see within your price range. While there are certainly challenges, it does not have to be quite that scary. You just need to ask the right questions, follow smart tips and get the right help. 

The homebuying process can feel chaotic with offers and counter-offers. But if you prepare for the paperwork and some stress, you can make it through with your sanity intact. Here are some top things you should consider as you pursue your dream of buying a home

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