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Can I Back Out of a Sale if I Alaready Accepted an Offer?

If you’ve accepted an offer on your home in or around Woodbridge, New Jersey, and have seller’s remorse and wish to cancel the transaction, contact me at Adams, Cassese & Papp L.L.C.

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What Must a Seller Disclose About Property Defects?

If you’re looking to buy or sell a home in New Jersey, certain disclosure laws affect those on both ends of the transaction. The seller is obliged to disclose any known defects.

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The Role of the Estate Executor

Executors play a significant role in settling a deceased person's estate and final affairs. When a person dies in New Jersey, the probate court will appoint an executor to administer the deceased person's estate, gather assets, pay debts and taxes, and distribute the remaining assets to rightful beneficiaries according to the decedent's wishes or applicable state laws.

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Dispelling Estate Planning Myths

In recent years, an ever-increasing number of people have turned to estate planning to protect their legacies and loved ones. However, a large percentage of people still do not understand what estate planning entails and what they need to consider when creating an estate plan.

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Why Estate Planning Is Important

Writing your will may not be at the top of your list, but there are many reasons why having an estate plan is essential. Drafting your estate plan now will make life easier for your family down the line.

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Estate Planning Terms to Know

Estate planning has a language of its own. Unless you have had occasion to learn that language, it may all sound foreign to you. That unfamiliarity may be why so many people put off creating an estate plan early in adulthood when they shouldn’t.

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Estate Planning Checklist: What to Consider Before You Start

The saying is true: it’s never too early to start thinking about your estate plan, but it can be too late. Without an estate plan, you will have little to no control over what happens to you and your property if you were to become incapacitated or if you were to pass away.

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FAQs: What Needs to Be Done When Someone Dies

The passing of a loved one, no matter the circumstances of their death, will have a lasting impact on your life. In addition to the difficulties of the death itself, the decedent’s estate must also be managed and ultimately closed.

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