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Robin Miriam Gronsky

Robin Gronsky’s Legal Guides

55 total


  • Opening Up Your Business Bank Account

    Youve taken the big step and decided to open up your own business. For many of you, youve just filed the articles of incorporation or formed your limited liability company. Some of you have decided that a sole proprietorship is the easiest way to run your business as you dont hav...

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  • What a Home Buyer Should Expect At the Closing

    A residential real estate closing is quite often a time of great expectation and also a time of great anxiety. You have found a house you want to buy, youve negotiated over repairs, and youve given your lender piles of papers so they could approve you for a loan. The big day, whi...

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  • Using a Trade Name (Also Known as a DBA) in New Jersey

    When you wish to conduct business without using the names of all of the owners, you must create a new legal entity (a corporation or a limited liability company) or you must use an assumed business name, also known as doing business as or dba, or a fictitious business name. In Ne...

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  • Is Your Company Susceptible to a “Wikileaks”-type Security Breach?

    There is a website called Wikileaks which has been publishing leaked government documents. Some of the documents which have been published are just embarrassing to the government; others are possibly detrimental to the conduct of our foreign policy. Although you may not have st...

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  • Why Your Business Needs a Procedures Manual

    If you are the sole person working in your business and you couldnt work for a couple of months, could someone else step into your shoes? Are you ready to hire your first employee and you want to describe the steps that your new employee will need to take to do the job correctly?...

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  • What are the Seller’s Closing Costs on the HUD-1 Settlement Statement?

    When you finally get to the closing on the sale of your property, your lawyer will present you with the federally-required HUD-1 Settlement Statement (the HUD-1). The buyers lawyer typically prepares the HUD-1 and I usually get a draft of the document the day before the closing....

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  • Why You Should Do a Regular Evaluation of your Business

    January 1st is a time when some of us make New Years resolutions for ourselves. As business owners (or owners-to-be if you are thinking about starting or buying a business), you should make some resolutions that will help your business to grow and make you more money or a happier...

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  • Finding Your Home-Buying Team

    When you buy a home in New Jersey, you will be working with a group of professionals who will assist you from the moment you start the home-buying process until you move into your home. Who are these people and how will they help you? Although most people who want to buy a home ...

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  • How the SAFE Act Has Changed the Mortgage Broker Licensing Process

    Once upon a time, when you wanted to get licensed as a mortgage broker, you filled out a paper application, submitted it together with several pieces of additional documentation that your state required, and then you (hopefully) got your license. Each state had different requirem...

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  • What is an Outside General Counsel?

    When you started your new business, you may have just created your corporation or LLC and started selling your product or service. You may or may not have consulted a lawyer to see what state or local legal requirements you need to comply with, what written agreements you needed ...

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