Central New Jersey’s Agricultural Real Estate. In central New Jersey, we are blessed with the productivity and aesthetics of abundant agricultural lands.  Whether they are in commercial agricultural production, a community supported farm, the home of equine enthusiasts, or part of a farm-to-table household, these farms form our unique and holistic landscape.  They also come…

What is Attorney Review:  In New Jersey, standard form real estate contracts typically used by realtors must, by law, include an attorney review provision.  As per this standard provision, within three business days, either parties’ attorney may “disapprove” of the standard form contract and propose revisions, or cancel the deal.  If this is not done…

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…

Mom or Dad will need nursing home care sometime in the immediate future. In order to preserve the asset for the kids, should Mom and Dad sign a deed and transfer ownership to the kids for one dollar? Maybe not. First, if there is an outstanding mortgage, the transfer cannot be made without the permission…

In 2005, a married couple signed a contact with a builder to purchase a unit in a condominium building that was being developed in a luxury resort community.  The contract specified that the condominium would be built within two years, although the contract included a “force majeure” provision that allowed for delays under certain circumstances. …

Being an Elder Care attorney for over fifteen years, I have seen so many people in anguish over caring for their aging parents. Many times, I have heard men and women say, “The pressure is killing me.” Most of the time, it is the women who are the caregivers in the family whether it is…

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….