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July 19, 2024 John J. Scura III

New Jersey Modernizes Tax Sale Certificate Law: Protecting Homeowners' Equity by Requiring Sheriff Sales

July 10, 2024 John J. Scura III

The Value of Retired Judges in Legal Consultation and Alternative Dispute Resolution in New Jersey

In the dynamic and complicated landscape of legal practice, the inclusion of retired judges within a law firm can significantly enhance the strategic capabilities and client outcomes. At Scura...

July 5, 2024 John J. Scura III

Time Limits to Contest a Will In New Jersey

In New Jersey, once notice of probate is given by the proponent of a will, interested parties or next of kin typically have 120 days to contest a will. This period allows interested parties to file...

July 1, 2024 Aiden Murphy, Esq. Bankruptcy


While it does not happen often, the bankruptcy code does update. Congress, as intended, is a slow moving machine when it comes to passing legislation. This often means certain areas of the law,...

May 31, 2024 Aiden Murphy, Esq.


While most people have likely heard of the term “discovery” in the legal context, many may not know what it really entails. In a litigation or personal injury case, discovery is arguably the most...

April 19, 2024 David L. Stevens Bankruptcy


April 19, 2024 Aiden Murphy, Esq. Chapter 13


When a debtor is filing for bankruptcy, often their first question is “what happens to my home?” Under a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, a debtor is granted safe harbor for their assets. The purpose of...

April 9, 2024 Scura Law Firm Employment Law, Litigation

The Knowledgeable Investor - Employee Handbooks and Litigation

Ken Carter from Carter Wealth Management interviews Christopher Heyer, Esq. Employee Handbook and Litigation Attorney from Scura, Wigfield, Heyer, Stevens & Cammarota, on the importance of...
March 29, 2024 Aiden Murphy, Esq. Bankruptcy

How Bankruptcy Interacts With Other Legal Issues

Attorneys generally specialize in specific areas of law, such as bankruptcy. In fact, a lawyer is normally required under the rules of professional responsibility to refer clients out when the...

February 28, 2024 John J. Scura III Attorney

Why Mediation with a Retired Judge in New Jersey Makes Sense

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