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Removing a matter from landlord-tenant court

Posted by James Kridel | Feb 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

In most cases, landlord-tenant disputes are handled in the Landlord/Tenant Section of the New Jersey Superior Court's Special Civil Part. However, cases that involve particularly difficult issues may need to be litigated in the Law Division of the Superior Court. Landlord/Tenant Court Landlord/...

Taxing Gambling Income

Posted by James Kridel | Feb 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Although not many people consider the possible tax consequences of their actions when heading off to a casino for a casual night of gambling, there are important repercussions that all taxpayers should keep in mind. For instance, some types of gambling winnings must be reported as income to both ...

The Conscientious Employee protection act

Posted by James Kridel | Jan 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

Businesses can have a variety of valuable assets, including securities, real estate, costly equipment, and expensive office space. However, some of a company's most valuable equity is in intangible assets, such as customer goodwill, client lists, and name recognition. Although these assets are of...

Appraising goodwill during bankruptcy proceedings

Posted by James Kridel | Jan 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

Businesses can have a variety of valuable assets, including securities, real estate, costly equipment, and expensive office space. However, some of a company's most valuable equity is in intangible assets, such as customer goodwill, client lists, and name recognition. Although these assets are of...

The IRS voluntary disclosure program

Posted by James Kridel | Nov 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

If you or your company has unpaid taxes from previous years or offshore assets on which taxes have not yet been paid, our experienced tax law attorneys in New Jersey can help you work with the IRS to bring your taxes current while minimizing any penalties. Voluntary disclosure programs are avail...

When is bankruptcy not appropriate in New Jersey?

Posted by James Kridel | Nov 08, 2016 | 0 Comments

Bankruptcy proceedings can be life-changing for debtors who are looking to get back on their feet, free from crushing debt. But bankruptcy proceedings are not right for everyone. In order to benefit from filing bankruptcy, debtors must be willing to live with certain hardships, at least temporari...

Reforms in New Jersey alimony law

Posted by James Kridel | Oct 20, 2016 | 0 Comments

New Jersey alimony laws have been called archaic in the past, but received several updates when Governor Chris Christie signed an alimony reform bill into law in 2014. If you have an alimony order in place or are going through divorce proceedings in which alimony may be a factor, it is important ...

Summary exhibits in Federal District Court (Rule 1006)

Posted by James Kridel | Sep 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

When selecting a New Jersey attorney for your complex civil litigation case, it is essential that he or she be well-versed in all of the Federal Rules of Evidence. One such rule provides the procedure by which attorneys must offer summary exhibits in Federal District Court. Failure to adhere to t...

What you can do to enforce and collect a judgement

Posted by James Kridel | Sep 04, 2016 | 0 Comments

If you have obtained a judgment against another party which is refusing to pay the monies you are owed, you have a few options. Your experienced New Jersey civil litigation attorney can advise as to which method of collecting the judgment might be most appropriate under your specific circumstance...

Corporate tax conflicts between New York and New Jersey

Posted by James Kridel | Aug 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

Many companies do business in both New York and New Jersey, but crossing state lines for business purposes can also blur the distinction regarding which state's tax laws apply. In some instances, both states may try to collect taxes on one business activity, subjecting business owners and even in...

What is a fraudulent transfer?

Posted by James Kridel | Apr 07, 2016 | 0 Comments

A fraudulent transfer (previously known as a fraudulent conveyance) occurs when a debtor transfers property or assets to another person or entity for the purpose of preventing a creditor from collecting on a debt. In many cases, the telltale sign is that the property is transferred to a friend or...

Why we invest heavily in legal software

Posted by James Kridel | Mar 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

Technology is an active part of our society and the very foundation of how most successful businesses are run. Staying up-to-date on software and technology, even in the field of law, is vital to maintaining the highest quality service to our clients. Investment in litigation support software T...

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