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Charles Gary Resnick

Cherry Hill Family Law Attorney.

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  1. Would I benefit from having a lawyer represent me on this case?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Charles Gary Resnick
    2. Sean Patrick Lewis
    3. Nicholas Basil Spirtos
    3 lawyer answers

    when you use the DV placard, you are responsible for knowing the rules and using it properly. It does not appear you did this. Since no one appears to have been harmed, I recommend hiring an attorney who does municipal court work in your area to see if that can be downgraded to a lower level offense, or possibly even dismissed. Your attorney will negotiate for you with the officer and the prosecutor. In the future, you need to follow the law. the fact that you have received prior tickets...

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  2. Chances of joint physical custody/ visitation. Should i file for sole or physical custody

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. David Perry Davis
    2. Sarah Jennifer Jacobs
    3. Charles Gary Resnick
    3 lawyer answers

    I agree with the other attorneys that you need to see a lawyer to guide you here. That said, joint PHYSICAL custody is a very difficult status to achieve and maintain. It requires substantial cooperation between the parties, either of whom would be qualified to be the sole parent, close proximity to each other, etc. In my view, given limited facts, your son is way too young for this. A one year old is not going to understand this sharing. He will see this as confusing and repeated...

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  3. Do I need a real estate attorney?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Scott Kemble Wilson
    2. Sean Patrick Lewis
    3. Christopher Lee Thayer
    4. Robert P Dickson
    5. Charles Gary Resnick
    5 lawyer answers

    first you need to consult the survey when you bought the home to see the status of the fence at that time. It would also be helpful to see the neighbot's survey as to why he thinks the fence needed to be moved. It is better to speak than sue in this case. Once you determine if you agree with neighbor or not, find out cost to solve problem, i.e. move fence back to where you feel it ought to be/original location. I would also consult the township to show where they say the property lines are....

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  4. Seller did not disclose that property was connected to a shared cesspool. It was listed as being on sewer system.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Erik Hammarlund
    2. Timothy E. Angley
    3. Thomas O. Moriarty
    4. Christopher W. Vaughn-Martel
    5. Anjali Gupta Stevenson
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    My take is a bit different than my colleagues. It appears this aberration was a matter of public record which you could have learned prior to your buying the house in which event you might have walked away. thus, a portion of the blame is on you for not protecting yourself. that said, your realtor, if you had one, maybe should have looked into this for you and thus might be partially responsible for your plight. Further, if you had a home inspection, your inspector may have missed it and be...

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  5. Can my neighbor sign a complaint against me because my son has to leave for work at 3:45 and his car lights wake him up?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Charles Gary Resnick
    2. Steven Todd Keppler
    2 lawyer answers

    The answer to your question "can" your neighbor sign a Complaint is yes. In America, we have an open judicial system. anyone can sign a complaint against anyone at any time. the real question is, can they win in court? the answer is NO. if your son were doing something deliberately to disturb the peace or if he were harassing your neighbor as defined in the statute, he might be guilty. If you continue to receive these types of complaints, you might have a complaint against your neighbor...

  6. How many days do I have to respond to an Eviction notice?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. George Costas Andriotis
    2. Charles Gary Resnick
    2 lawyer answers

    I am not barred in CA but in NJ you do not file a response, you just appear in court. The best way to answer your question is either consult a local Landlord-Tenant attorney or read your Summons which will tell you the answer. If you are still confused, call the court clerk whose number should be at the bottom of the Summons. You could also call the local bar association lawyer referral service for the name of an attorney that does this type of law. as for counting of days, generally the...

  7. Do I need home owner's insurance to a residential closing?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Alexander Mchenry Memmen
    2. Judy A. Goldstein
    3. Stephen Samuel Messutta
    4. Shara D. H. Kamal
    5. David B Pittman
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    I agree with the other attorneys that a lender will require HO insurance, especially to cover them. Even absent a lender compelling this, you should have it for your own protection. You should discuss with your insurance agent exactly what type and amounts of coverage you need to buy. You might also need flood insurance. This is generally done prior to closing. A binder will not be acceptable to a lender. That proof must be supplied prior to closing. If your wife is going to be on the...