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Private Mortgages

Private Mortgages

If you had a private mortgage on your property, it is imperative that the you ensure that the mortgage has been discharged of record before you sell.  It can be very problematic when a seller has to seek judicial intervention to discharge a mortgage of record, especially when the person holding the private mortgage refuses to discharge…

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Adoption Scam

Adoption Scam

It may seem unfathomable but a con artist in Kansas City is alleged to have been preying on the vulnerability of couples who are hoping to adopt a child.  This woman is accused of masquerading as a pregnant woman to swindle the unsuspecting couples out of their money while giving them the false hope that they…

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Alzheimer’s Disease Genes

Alzheimer’s Disease Genes

Researchers have recently discovered five additional genes that are strong indicators of Alzheimer’s Disease.  The full report, found in Nature Genetics, indicates that this doubles the number of genes identified as contributing to the disease.  Genetic testing for Alzheimer’s is clearly in the future. There are already genetic tests for breast cancer and ovarian cancer.   Finding…

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Silver Alert

Silver Alert

Police have issued a Silver Alert for a 77-year-old man with dementia.  He drives a green Honda, license plate YWS72X.   If you see this car call 911.   The Silver Alert system was established to help locate missing people suffering from Alzheimer’s .  The law went into effect in the summer of 2010 and Silver Alerts can be seen on…

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April Fools Day

April Fools Day

Today is April Fool’s Day.   A day for fun pranks – but maybe not at the office.   You don’t want something that was intended to be a harmless prank turn into a lawsuit.   Findlaw  recommends staying away from April Fool’s pranks in the your office, but, if you absolutely must celebrate April Fools’ Day at work, don’t do anything…

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Tax Appeal Deadline

Tax Appeal Deadline

Reminder – the deadline for filing a property tax appeal is tomorrow – April 1st.  If your town has undergone a reassessment or revaluation, the deadline is May 1st.  Appeals must be received by April 1st, not just mailed.  don’t miss your chance to try to reduce your property taxes !   Call John Paul Doyle,…

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Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s

The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer care, support and research. The mission of the Alzheimer’s Association is to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. Join…

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Review by George M. Christofely

Review by George M. Christofely

I first learned of the law firm of Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle & Sacks, L.L.C. (CLDDS) in 2005 from a respected regional CPA firm with whom I had a long standing relationship.  The initial interaction with CLDDS was with Neil Brodsky, specializing in real estate contract law.  It was obvious from this first interaction that…

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Mortgage Foreclosures

Mortgage Foreclosures

Have you read the latest news about  “robo – signers”  on foreclosure documents?  Robo-signing   is when mortgage lenders sign hundreds and thousands of affidavits that are then submitted to the court in support of foreclosure complaints.  Many times, the employees of the lender are signing the documents without any knowledge of what they have signed.  The New Jersey Courts have…

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Phragmites ??

Phragmites ??

Discovering wetlands on a property can often mean serious limitations on the ability to develop the property.  One of the ways wetlands are detected is by phragmites -the tall reedy plant with the feathery top.  Turns out, most of the phragmites we see today are not native to New Jersey.  A report found in the Point Pleasant…

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