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Ronald Anthony Sarno

Ronald Sarno’s Legal Guides

36 total

  • What to Do if You Suspect Medical Malpractice

    Secure medical records You need the medical records of the target medical doctor (institution) to review personally. You need to find out what was said and not said about the treatment. For example,

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  • Commercial Litigation: How to Handle a Dispute with a Business Customer, Partner or Supplier

    If you are engaged in a dispute with a customer, partner, or supplier of your business, this guide explains the steps you can take to resolve it. It explains your potential options, from negotiation to litigation

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  • An Introduction to Legal Terms used in Litigation

    Civil Litigation-common terms: Plaintiff is a person who files a Complaint against a Defendant seeking help from the court to resolve a dispute. It can be compensation for personal injury and/or rel

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  • Understanding the Different Court Systems

    Municipal court, Town court, Village Court In most states this is the "lowest" court and it may be the only court many people ever attend. The judge can be a lawyer or a lay magistrate. The issues a

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  • How to Select and Hire a Lawyer

    Hire a lawyer or go pro se? I am a lawyer, so my first advice is it is normally better to hire a lawyer. Some people are put off by the cost or do not understand that there are times when they do no

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  • Is it Legal? Is it Illegal?

    Is it legal? It is legal if it is permitted by law. But law varies in place, and time, and manner. It is legal to sing in the shower. Add a boom box amplifier, turn it up to full volume, do it at

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  • Divorce and Legal Separation in General and How It's Handled in New Jersey

    Separation, Annulment or Divorce? Some couples start off with a trial separation. In NJ this can be done formally through a legal action called "separation from bed and board." Some people do this fo

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  • Estate Administration and Litigation (with a Will) in General and in New Jersey

    Estate Administration, Basic terms A power of attorney is used before someone dies to handle their affairs when they are too ill to do it themselves. In NJ a power of attorney ends when the person wh

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  • Estate Administration and Litigation (No Will) in New Jersey and in General

    A Power of Attorney Ends with Death This is a mistake made by decedent's prior to death and those who hold a Power of Attorney. The document permits the POA to administer the grantor's finances only

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  • Landlord Tenant Rules and Requirements in General and in New Jersey

    Getting started (In this article L. = Landlord; T. = Tenant). If the prospective T has viewed the premises and agreed to rent, there follows a set of mutual rules, requirements and regulations. If t

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