Recently we wrote about what to do with the house in a divorce – keep it, share it or sell it.
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Your home is 60 percent-plus more likely to get sucked into the foreclosure process if you are a New Jersey resident rather than a homeowner residing in another state.
On February 8, 2019, attorney Rajeh A. Saadeh was one of the three new members added to the New Jersey State Bar Association Board of Trustees. Rajeh is filling a vacancy in the Young Lawyers Division, along with attorney Christopher J. Keating. The new trustee, Susan L. Nardone, joins as a Section/Committee trustee.
The experts at 24/7 Wall Street, LLC, crunched the numbers to gauge the cost of getting a divorce in each of the 50 states.
The Law Office of Rajeh A. Saadeh is a long-tenured New Jersey real estate law firm that routinely works diligently to promote the best interests of challenged homeowners. We duly note on our legal website that we “will fight to save your home or negotiate on your behalf the best possible terms for selling or surrendering the property.”
Law professor and domestic abuse victims’ advocate Natalie Nanasi recently penned an article for a national publication noting material variance in the definition of “domestic violence” between successive presidential administrations.