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Lucid Law at Somerset County’s BizFest & Wellness Expo

On Thursday, October 21, Lucid Law is participating at the Somerset County Business Partnership's BizFest & Wellness Expo. The Expo is at TD Bank Ballpark, home of the Somerset Patriots, 1 Patriots Park in Bridgewater, New Jersey. It is being held from 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM. In addition, General Admission to this event is FREE! For more information, please [...]

2021-09-17T17:39:22+00:00Blog|

Karina Lucid Reflects on September 11

Karina Lucid appeared in a New Jersey Law Journal article, 'Can't Erase These Images': The Legal Community Remembers 9/11. In the article, attorneys shared a range of stories about their personal September 11 experiences and the lasting memories. Accordingly, Lucid reflects on September 11 and its impact on her. Lucid was a newlywed and second-year law student at Seton Hall [...]

2021-09-14T17:58:45+00:00Blog|

Bankruptcy for Taxi Drivers

In my last blog, I wrote about how technology contributes to bankruptcy. That blog is an overview of two basic themes. First, that technological advancements can destroy certain industries, thus potentially taking away one’s livelihood virtually overnight. Second, certain technology tools and Apps can lead to financial trouble. So, in keeping with this theme, today I am writing about how [...]

2021-09-03T17:22:18+00:00Bankruptcy|

Federal Moratorium on Evictions to Expire

In April, I wrote a blog with the title New Jersey Law Journal – 194,000 Eviction Cases by Next Year. Well, the federal moratorium on evictions will expire on Saturday, July 31. However, there is potentially good news for New Jersey tenants because New Jerseyans behind on rent are protected from lockouts for a longer period depending on their income. [...]

2021-07-29T19:53:39+00:00Bankruptcy|

What Happens if your Bank Suddenly Takes Away Your Line of Credit?

Recently, I saw several articles where Wells Fargo announced the elimination of personal lines of credit. According to the reports, the elimination of these lines of credit will be final over the next few weeks. Wells Fargo customers rely on these lines, in the $3,000 - $100,000 range, to consolidate higher interest debt like credit cards, pay for major projects [...]

2021-08-24T11:05:04+00:00Credit Repair|
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