Robin Miriam Gronsky’s Guides

Robin Miriam Gronsky

Ridgewood Real Estate Attorney.

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  1. Estate Planning for Young Married Couples

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, 20 days ago.

    If you are young and married, you may think you do not need estate planning. And you may not. But, most young married couples need some estate planning and they should do it before a crisis hits (a

  2. Baby Boomers and Real Estate

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, 20 days ago.

    Most of my real estate sellers are older, probably Baby Boomer age or even older (senior citizen age). However, I also know Baby Boomers who need to move their elderly parents in to their houses. Wh

  3. 5 Mistakes to Avoid With Your Family Business

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, over 2 years ago.

    If you have a family business and your relatives are working in your business, you should recognize the possibility that the family part of family business may create its own problems. Problem #1: You dont treat your family members the same as non-family members.There is nothing...

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  4. Home Buyer Beware Your Home Inspection Report Does Not Come With a Lifetime Guarantee

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, over 2 years ago.

    I have never represented a home buyer who did not get the property inspected before the closing (even during the days of the real estate bubble when sellers were not agreeing to any repairs).But, I find that the expectations of my buyer clients seem to be higher than they should ...

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  5. 6 Contracts Every Business Needs

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, over 2 years ago.

    Contracts are the backbone of every business venture.They detail the rights and obligations of each party and provide for a means to protect your rights if one party decides not to perform as agreed. The first contract that each business should have is an entity agreement.If you...

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  6. Hiring a Lawyer or Using Internet Documents – Which is The Smart Move?

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, over 2 years ago.

    From time to time, you may need to review a contract or draft one yourself.You dont have a lot of money so you figure you will look on the internet and check out what contracts are already written and compare them to what your needs are.Smart move or not? If you think in terms o...

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  7. What Should I Look For In My Commercial Lease?

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, over 2 years ago.

    Your business is thriving and youve decided to move out of your house into a real business space.You talk to a commercial real estate agent who shows you around several offices or retail spaces until youve finally found the space you think you want.How do you deal with the lease?...

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  8. Are You Following the Federal Laws for Advertising Your Business?

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, over 2 years ago.

    Advertising is one way to get new customers.For some businesses, it is the main method they use.If your business looks for customers in more than one state, you need to be familiar with the advertising laws in your state and every state in which you have a presence.There are also...

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  9. Are You Running a Business or a Hobby?

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, over 2 years ago.

    Are you wondering why Im even asking this question? Whether you are running a business or indulging in a hobby concerns the IRS if you are taking deductions for business expenses or taking a loss on your income taxes. Many unemployed people or underemployed people are trying to t...

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  10. How Does a Small Business Owner Find a Great Accountant?

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, almost 3 years ago.

    A great accountant should be helping you grow your business.But, how do you find such an accountant rather than one who just does your bookkeeping and fills out your tax returns? Start by talking to other entrepreneurs.You want to find someone who specializes in businesses of yo...

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