NJ Real Estate Roundup Mortgage Appraisal Fraud

NJ Real Estate Roundup Mortgage Appraisal Fraud
By Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq., a NJ Mortgage Appraisal Fraud Attorney Home Appraisal Fraud Joseph and Kimberli bought an un-improved lot in a subdivision and then engaged an architect and a contractor to design and build the home of their dreams on it. The lot and finished home together would cost them about $731,000. They borrowed most […]
Source: hnlawfirm.com

Spouses Can Be Held Liable for Certain Unpaid Debts of Their Husband or Wife By Fredrick P. Niemann
Did you know that a creditor may be able to come after you for some of the debts that your spouse has incurred? You heard me correctly. New Jersey’s law of necessities states that certain expenses of one spouse are actually guaranteed to be paid by both spouses, even the one not involved with the […]
Source: hnlawfirm.com

Is Your Trust Subject to New Jersey Inheritance and Estate Tax?
New Jersey has one of the largest populations of elderly residents in the entire country. Many of these people do not have a trust or will in place. Others may have one, but are unaware of the tax consequences of it. Some are open to the idea, but are wondering, “Should I or should I […]
Source: hnlawfirm.com

THE BIG ESTATE PLANNING QUESTION OF 2011
By: Fredrick P. Niemann a N.J. Estate Planning Attorney          Should you exploit the new $5 million lifetime gift exemption? In 2010, Congress voted to give us all a $5 million dollar lifetime gift estate tax individual exemption. In addition, between married couples, upon the death of one spouse, the executor of the estate can elect to transfer any […]
Source: hnlawfirm.com

New Jersey Courts Allow You to Challenge the Validity of a Will
The death of an aged family member is often an unfortunate, emotional time for all family members. Unfortunately, when the will is produced, sometimes family members are blindsided by its terms. This can undoubtedly add to your stress level, as disbelief overcomes you. Why would your loved one give such orders in their will? Unfortunately […]
Source: hnlawfirm.com

New Jersey Judge Blocks Foreclosure When Mortgage Note Not in Hand of Lender
A New Jersey Bankruptcy Judge recently disallowed a Proof of Claim by the lender on a Mortgage in default who was seeking to enforce the Note but did not acquire the Note until after the Proof of Claim was filed.   Says Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq., a New Jersey Foreclosure Law Attorney, there is an increasing […]
Source: hnlawfirm.com

A Properly Written Buy-Sell Agreement is Key to Business Planning in New Jersey by Fredrick P. Niemann a Buy-Sell Agreement Lawyer in New Jersey
A buy-sell agreement is an agreement between individuals, partners or shareholders in a New Jersey business that outlines the terms under which a business, company or corporation, or an interest in a business, company or corporation will be sold should one member leave due to retirement, disability, death, or voluntary or involuntary termination. These agreements […]
Source: hnlawfirm.com

REASONS TO CONSIDER A CHARITABLE REMAINDER TRUST AS PART OF YOUR NEW JERSEY ESTATE PLANNING
By: Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. a NJ Estate Planning Attorney Besides being one of the few charitable-giving techniques that permit a donor to reserve an interest in the property that is given to charity, the charitable remainder trust has another unique feature that makes it attractive to donors who have low-basis property that they want to […]
Source: hnlawfirm.com

LEARN MORE ABOUT CHARITABLE REMAINDER TRUSTS AS PART OF YOUR N.J. ESTATE PLANNING
In general, a charitable remainder trust is a trust in which the creator of the trust reserves the cash flow from the property contributed to the trust, and upon the death of the creator (and the creator’s spouse).  The property that remains is distributed to the charity. There are two basic types of charitable remainder trusts, […]
Source: hnlawfirm.com

Filed under Elder Law · Tagged with

Comments are closed.