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Assigning Responsibility for Drone Accidents and Injuries in NJ

July 18, 2024
Understanding Drone Regulations in New Jersey

Know Your Rights and Explore Your Options Following a Drone-Related Injury Drone accidents are increasingly becoming an issue in New Jersey. Once, drones – the common name for unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) – were used strictly for military operations. Now, millions of companies and even more private citizens operate drones for professional and personal benefit. […]

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Leaving Your Child in the Car: Is it a Crime in NJ?

July 11, 2024
A Closer Look at Car Safety and Endangerment Laws in New Jersey

A Moment’s Decision, a Lifetime of Consequences: Rethinking Leaving Kids Alone in Vehicles in New Jersey Stepping inside the building to pay for gas, dropping a bill payment through a door slot, or running back into the house to grab a forgotten item—these are all quick things to do, so quick that you might even […]

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Evolving Your Estate Plan to Meet the Demands of Retirement

July 4, 2024
Retiring In New Jersey? Receive Personalized Retirement Planning Consultation With Chamlin Uliano & Walsh

How Your NJ Estate Plan Needs to Adapt to Retirement in New Jersey If you don’t properly plan your estate considering retirement, there is a chance that your retirement will not be as enjoyable as you may think. After working your entire life in hopes of one day enjoying your golden years, we all look […]

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Make a Splash With Our July 2024 Newsletter

June 30, 2024
Make a Splash With Our July 2024 Newsletter

July 2024 Edition In This Issue Summer Swimming “July always brings back memories of my early days as the head swim coach of the Seashore Swim Team. As an attorney, I’ve had the honor of serving a wide variety of clients, each with their individual needs and obstacles. This role has often paralleled my past […]

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What to Know for Juveniles and Adults Charged with Joyriding in NJ

June 24, 2024
Joyriding Defense Attorneys Freehold NJ

Joyriding is a Crime, Not a Harmless Prank in NJ. It Applies to Both Adults and Juveniles, Even if They Intended to Return the Vehicle. Many believe joyriding is a harmless activity that adolescents take part in to pass the time and battle boredom. However, it is a potentially criminal offense which is not limited […]

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Potential Unsafe Conditions that May Make a Property Hazardous

June 18, 2024
Unsafe Conditions Attorneys for Injured Victims in Monmouth County NJ

Dangerous Conditions May Lead to Injuries in New Jersey and Injured Victims May Have Grounds to Pursue Legal Action when Negligent Property Owners Let their Properties Be Unsafe  Recognizing the signs of neglected maintenance is not just about aesthetics; it’s a crucial step in ensuring property safety in New Jersey. Property issues can lead to […]

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What a Real Estate Survey Tells You About Your NJ Property

May 28, 2024
Don't Hesitate to Discuss the Benefits of a Survey with Your Lawyer Before Making This Crucial Investment in New Jersey

Surveys Uncover Important Details Related to Where the Property Begins and Ends, What it Includes, Possible Encroachments and Easements that Could Affect Your Future Plans. A real estate survey is a complete map of a property deed, including the land and any easements and rights-of-way. It details everything on the property, including structures, fences, driveways, […]

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Navigating Life’s Transitions with Our June 2024 Newsletter

May 28, 2024
Navigating Life’s Transitions with Our June 2024 Newsletter

June 2024 Edition In This Issue An Ending or A New Beginning? “This month, my eldest daughter, Grace, is graduating from Eighth Grade. Every parent understands the mix of emotions that come with the realization that their child is moving on to High School. As I reflect on another school year passing, I ponder whether […]

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