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Remember to update your beneficiaries in your estate plan

When you are talking to your attorney about your estate, there are some things that you may or may not want. For example, you might want to set up a trust, but you may not want to set up guardianship for minors if you don't have children.

Part of working with the right attorney is so they can help you weed out each section of an estate plan that you don't need as well as to help you understand what you do want to include.

As a landlord, you want to select the best tenants

Whether you own multiple apartment buildings or a single home that you rent out, you want to choose tenants whom you feel would be the most responsible.

In some states, this is not always possible, as illustrated by a new ordinance in Seattle. Fortunately, New Jersey laws still protect the rights of landlords to choose the tenants they prefer.

Auto crashes can cause serious eye injuries that need rapid care

Of the injuries that you could suffer, some of the worst are those to your eyes. When you can't see or are left waiting to find out if your sight will return, it's a frustrating situation.

Eye injuries are relatively common in car accidents, though they're not talked about as often as some other kinds of injuries. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) states that crashes are among the leading causes of eye injuries in the U.S. each year. Around 9,200 eye injuries happen annually as a result of collisions.

3 Problem tenants you need to anticipate

If you're the proud new owner of a multi-unit apartment building or rental complex, you have every reason to be excited about your future prospects. Property is, after all, a great way to build longstanding wealth.

Unfortunately, being a landlord sometimes has its drawbacks. Sooner or later, just about every landlord encounters these three particular "problem" tenants:

Vineland glass firms Corning, Gerresheimer talk real estate - Daily Journal Article

Written by: Joseph P. Smith, Vineland Daily Journal 

VINELAND - Industrial property lines along Crystal Avenue are being redrawn to facilitate a possible sale of land from Gerresheimer Glass Inc. to Corning Pharmaceutical Glass.

Corning received approval from the Vineland Planning Board on Wednesday night to redraw the borders of three lots along the avenue. No construction or any physical changes are entailed, according to testimony.

2019 Top Attorneys Raising the Bar - SJ Magazine Article

Matthew Robinson of Robinson & Robinson is named as a Top Attorney in Landlord & Tenant Law.

SJ's Top Attorneys are the professionals who, according to their peers, are standouts in the legal arena. To make it on this annual list is a mark of high distinction. These are the attorneys who have risen to the top of their fields, and continue to make a remarkable impact in the courthouse and beyond. 

Get help if you plan to make a personal injury claim

Any time an accident happens, a victim can face a precarious financial situation. They may have to spend money on medical care, may miss work and have other losses as a result of another driver's negligent actions.

When that's the case, a victim has a right to examine their legal options, including pursing compensation from the person responsible for their injuries.

Franklin police report scam that could affect renters

Of the things that you have to beware of in real estate, one of the situations that could hurt you is a real estate scam.

One such scam has affected residents in Franklin, according to police. In this case, an alleged realtor has been asking for a $50 gift card when applying for a particular rental property, which is usually promoted on a classified ad site. The properties are being listed at only $600 a month.

Estate plan considerations for parents

Parents strive to protect and provide for their children as much as possible. A proper estate plan can aid in accomplishing this, even when a parent is gone.

To do this, parents must have the right elements within their estate plans. Whether a new parent or a parent of a growing family, a few aspects of the estate plan deserve consideration.

Third-degree burns can lead to serious complications

Car crashes can cause a number of different injuries, but one kind of injury that isn't discussed often is a burn. Burns are possible during car crashes. A car might catch on fire, or a chemical could spill into the vehicle as a result of the collision. There are many ways that fires can occur, and those fires can lead to burn injuries that have the potential to be life-threatening or deadly.

There are several degrees of burns that can affect a person, but the most significant are third-degree burns. These are also known as full-thickness burns. They affect everything from the skin down to the bone. Third-degree burns may leave a victim with white or blacked skin. Ironically, the severity of this burn means that the victim may feel little or no pain at all.

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