New Jersey Legal Blog & Advice

New Jersey Adverse Possession Laws

As a property owner in New Jersey, your boundaries may overlap with that of your neighbors. Do you know that in such cases, your neighbors can claim your land title legally? Additionally, if there is an empty space in and around your house, where trespassers have...

New Jersey Homestead Laws

Homestead laws are the legal protections offered to homeowners that protect them from being evicted in case of bankruptcy and outstanding debt claims.  Homestead exemption prevents the house from being seized by the creditor and stops the creditor from pressurizing...

A Guide to Animals and Your South Jersey Rental Home

Everyone loves their pets. If you own a dog or cat or a ferret or some fish, you probably think of them more as part of the family than as pets. The same is true of tenants. A majority of renters in New Jersey have at least one pet. They’ll want to move into your...

3 Tips for On Time Rent Collections in South Jersey

A lot of the landlords we work with come to us for legal help when their tenants aren’t paying rent on time and they have to start thinking about eviction. You can avoid eviction and all the expense and stress that comes with it by ensuring your rent is collected on...

The Lease Agreement and Rental Lease Renewal Process

 If you haven’t had a New Jersey landlord/tenant attorney review your lease agreement, you could be putting yourself at risk. A strong lease is essential in the effective management of your rental property because it gives protection and direction to both landlords...