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Husband's Transfer of Property to Children Found Fraudulent

Blog post about a finding by the court that a man had fraudulently transferred property to his kids because he knew he would be filing for divorce from his wife soon and he wanted to minimize alimony and support payments.

Court May Consider Property Depreciation For Alimony Award

Blog post about how courts may consider the depreciation in value of property when granting an award of alimony.

Court Denies Husband's Claim to Conveyed Property

Blog post about a conveyance of real estate that was contested due to a divorce.

Homeowners Negligent in Lawsuit for House Party Injury

Blog post about the liability of a homeowner for an injury sustained by a guest at a house party.

Tenant's Not Liable For Dog Attack In Own Backyard

Blog post about a landlord who was found not liable for the attack of a child by a tenant's dog.

Tenant's Daughter Sustains Head Injury From Falling Concrete

Blog post about the liability of a landlord when one tenant's minor child accidentally injures another tenant's minor child.

Court Upholds Mobile Home Resident's Private Nuisance Claim

Blog post about a resident of a mobile home suing the park owner for negligence and private nuisance after being injured in a fall caused by cracked pavement.

Let a Lawyer Review Your Commercial Lease Agreement

A commercial lease is usually prepared by the landlord's attorney. Shouldn't you have your own lawyer review it for you?

Foreclosure Survival Guide

Learn the basics of foreclosure so you know what to expect.

Federal Court Finds Waiver of Subrogation By Tenants In Residential Lease Unenforceable

In Allstate New Jersey Insurance Company v. Avalon Bay Communities, the District Court of New Jersey ruled that a waiver of subrogation by tenants in a residential lease was unenforceable because it contravened public policy and was vague and ambiguous.

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