by Erika Kelley, Esq. Despite living in this time of uncertainty and confusion, one must be aware that our contractual obligations to perform do not cease.  In the event of a real estate closing that is to take place during our national crisis, mandatory shut-downs and curfews, a buyer cannot automatically presume that their closing […]

NJDOL Flier on COVID-19 & Unemployment Benefits

As you may have heard during Governor Murphy’s 2:00 p.m. press conference on March 17, 2020, the State is requesting that all businesses continue to pay their employees. While it is unclear whether it will apply to schools, the Governor explained that there is Federal and state proposed legislation that will provide small and mid-sized […]

From the desk of Jennifer B. Barr: Getting us through this

By: Jennifer B. Barr, Esq. Many of our clients have matters scheduled in STATE COURT in the New Jersey Superior Courts.  With some exceptions noted below, cases will proceed as scheduled with limited delay.  The predominant change is that matters will be argued telephonically rather than in person. The courts were closed only for in-court […]

Virtual Planning – Family Comes First

By Sean Dalton, Esq. As we all adjust to the coronavirus in our everyday lives, our attention focuses on keeping our families safe and secure. With more people staying home, now is the perfect time to start or revise your estate plan and take advantage of the virtual estate planning option with the Cooper Levenson […]