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For Those Who May Not Have Yet Consulted an Attorney
What information should I bring in when I first see you?
1. Will A list of what property you have, who you want to leave it to and not to leave it to, who to handle things for you
2. Traffic Ticket The ticket(s), accident report, your insurance policy.
3. Accident The ticket(s), accident report, your insurance policy, any medical bills or reports you have.
Why should I have a will?
If you do not, although there is not usually an increase in expenses, your property will be distributed per state law when you die, rather your way. Lack of a will may increase taxes to be paid.
Why have an attorney when you buy or sell real estate?
There are complex laws and regulations surrounding real property. The realtor's financial interest is to have the deal close no matter what. The attorney's job is to protect your best interests.
Why have an attorney for Municipal Court, traffic ticket or criminal charge?
To avoid or minimize the points and penalty and to avoid having a local town court impose the highest possible penalties.
Do I have a case?
The question is really not whether you have one, but is it a good case worth pursuing. We can help you decide what to do.
What if I'm sued or have a claim and the insurance company turns me down? What if I don't trust the insurance company?
Normally, if we take the case, we can get the insurance company to satisfactorily resolve your claim.
What is a Court Arbitrator?
An experienced attorney recommended by the County Bar Association or Presiding County Civil Judge and appointed by the County Superior Courts to decide cases, appointed under the authority of the NJ Supreme Court.
Do you have payment plans?
Yes, we will discuss fees at your first appointment. They vary, depending in part, upon the type of case. All fees and payment plans are reasonable.
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