BANKRUPTCY AND A PANDEMIC

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As we struggle through this pandemic, many of us have gotten a break. Foreclosures have been delayed, evictions have been delayed, lawsuits have been delayed, and credit card companies have offered to let you skip your payment. Unfortunately all that does is buy you time. Interest is still being added and some day whether it … Continued

ERA Central Realty Group Announces EDGE Scholarship Winners

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Five Scholarships Awarded to Central NJ High School Graduates Ravi Arya of Northern Burlington Regional High School, Madison Cortes of Steinert High School, Charles Vizthum of North Brunswick High School, Anthony Surdo of New Egypt High School, and Zachary Zawatski of Freehold Township High School have been named the 2020 recipients of the ERA Central … Continued

Thriving and Growing in Any Environment

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In an economic downturn, business owners are forced to make difficult decisions. For many, this difficulty arises from the belief that what the world is experiencing now is unprecedented, that the future is unpredictable. Thankfully, there is nearly a century of data that can alleviate some of these fears and help companies see the upside … Continued

Septic System Advice from CNJ’s Trusted Local Septic Expert

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Taking care of yourself & family while we all remain on a state-wide quarantine is very important. But what about taking care of your septic system? Why? You askā€¦Since we have all been on the Covid-19 quarantine, resulting in being homebound, your septic system is getting used much more frequently, possibly even over-used if you … Continued

CONTRACT ISSUES RELATED TO CORONAVIRUS/COVID-19

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As you can imagine, we are all dealing with unprecedented times during the Coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis. These range from mandatory government shutdowns, restrictions or limitations and other economic market pressures caused by same. Contract law is no different with respect to the unprecedented nature of this pandemic. However, there is guidance we can follow based on … Continued

BANKRUPTCY AND A PANDEMIC

Published on

As we struggle through this pandemic, many of us have gotten a break. Foreclosures have been delayed, evictions have been delayed, lawsuits have been delayed, and credit card companies have offered to let you skip your payment. Unfortunately all that does is buy you time. Interest is still being added and some day whether it … Continued