In New Jersey, most residential tenants are not required to move out at the end of the lease term.* Surprised? So are many attorneys and realtors. In fact, I typically need to repeat this statement a few times while it sinks in. “Most residential tenants are not required to move out at the end of…

Making an offer on a home is an exciting milestone.  Ideally, your potential home doesn’t need more work than meets the eye, your loan will sail through underwriting, and the records of title for the home, and its sellers, are “clear.”  Ideally, movers will be scheduled and closing will occur on time, and you will…

The below checklist is for informational purposes only, and does not exclude the Landlord from complying with any other requirements imposed by local, state, or federal law, nor does it replace the advise of an attorney.  Not all requirements apply to all properties.  Review the lease prepared by your attorney specifically for the property to…

Avoiding Common Business Pitfalls: panel discussion and open Q&A Presented by: New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO), Hunterdon Chapter  January 19, 2012 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Presenters:  Ulka Rodgers, Vicki Lynn Morgan, and Nicole L. Voigt, Esq., will share their knowledge and experience in an informal setting, with light breakfast provided….