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Tips for NJ Small Business Owners When Buying a Home

Today, we're sharing Veitengruber Law's top four tips for small business owners who are considering buying a home in New Jersey.

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On a Tight Budget? Follow Our Tips for a Low Cost Thanksgiving Dinner

Holidays can also be stressful, especially when money is tight. Thankfully, hosting a beautiful dinner without breaking the bank is possible.

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Post-COVID Financial and Legal Tips

The pandemic shook up a lot in our world, including many of our clients' finances. Long-term unemployment, loss of income, and general economic uncertainty have left many Americans on unstable financial footing.

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Facing NJ Foreclosure? Avoid Ejectment and Eviction

It is possible in nearly every case of foreclosure to avoid ejectment. The longer you wait to seek help, however, the fewer solutions we will have to offer.

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Socktober: Help us Keep New Jersey Warm

Veitengruber Law is partnering with the Kiwanis Club of Bordentown for "Socktober" - collecting new and gently worn socks to help the underprivileged and unhoused stay warm through winter.

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Stop Foreclosure and Keep Your New Jersey Home!

Amid rising foreclosures in New Jersey, homeowners at risk are looking for ways to keep their homes.

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Is My NJ Real Estate Deal "Too Good to be True?"

There's a big difference between a good deal and one that's too good to be true. Here are four things to look for when a NJ real estate deal seems suspiciously spectacular.

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Top NJ Real Estate Contract Missteps

The attorney review period for NJ real estate transactions exists for a very good reason. Real estate contract mistakes happen every day and can often be costly and stressful to fix. It's best to get it right the first time.

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Should I Buy a NJ Foreclosed Home in 2022?

Foreclosed homes can be excellent investment opportunities. If you are considering purchasing a New Jersey foreclosure property in 2022, here are some things you should keep in mind to ensure that you invest wisely.

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Will NJ Foreclosure Rates Reach Pre-Pandemic Levels in 2023?

While many federal and state pandemic guidelines temporarily stalled foreclosures and evictions during the pandemic, we are now seeing an uptick in the number of foreclosure starts across the Garden State.

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Can I File for Bankruptcy in NJ and Still Retire?

Retirement should have you looking towards your golden years with peace of mind, not constantly looking over your shoulder for creditors.

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Divorcing as a Stay at Home Parent in NJ: Know Your Rights

Stay-at-home parents are valuable family contributors, even if they are not bringing home a physical paycheck. But when a marriage ends in divorce, stay-at-home parents can deal with some unique financial difficulties.

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