Haddonfield Senior With Disabilities Avoids Tax Foreclosure

A local senior no longer has to worry about having to leave her home. She was in danger of losing her Haddonfield home, the one she’s lived in for over 70 years, due to a tax foreclosure. She inherited the house from her mother, who had passed away in 2003. Her mother placed the home…Read More

5 Bankruptcy Myths Debunked

In the world of finances, “bankruptcy” is the big bad “B” word that most people try their hardest to avoid. It’s a word that carries with it a social stigma, a last resort before going completely broke. It’s ironic then that bankruptcy in and of itself is a financial strategy. In some cases, bankruptcy can…Read More

How to Handle a Boundary Dispute

It’s a struggle that happens each and every day: You may want to add something to your home or property, such as a fence or pool, when suddenly a neighbor objects to the addition. This situation can often be diffused by simply presenting the deed of the property, displaying where boundary lines begin and end.…Read More

Terms You Might Overlook in a Real Estate Contract

Buying, renting, or leasing a new home can be a big, exciting step for many people. It means a new living situation and a new future. However, in the process of getting a new home, you will be presented with a real estate contract. In the midst of all the excitement, it could be tempting…Read More

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