Gronsky Law Office

315 N. Pleasant Avenue
315 N. Pleasant Avenue
Ridgewood, NJ 07450, United States
Contact: Robin Gronsky
Phone: 201-251-8001
Fax: 201-701-0407
Areas of Practice
  • Business Organizations
  • Finance & Banking
  • Real Estate
  • Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning
Number of Attorneys
Sole Practitioner

Your Home Inspection Report Does Not Come With a Lifetime Guarantee

A home inspection report is a snapshot of what condition the property is in on that particular day. Unfortunately, I have had calls from clients who were upset that things broke down soon after closing or systems that could not…more
 /  Real Estate - Residential

6 Contracts Every Business Needs

Many businesses think they are took small to need written contracts. Or they think they don't want to spend the money to get properly drafted agreements because it's too expensive. But, it is much cheaper and saves you a lot…more
 /  Business Organizations

What Should I Look For In My Commercial Lease?

Your business is thriving and you’ve 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 you’ve finally found the…more
 /  Business Organizations, Real Estate - Commercial

Whaat is a Board of Directors and Should Every Small Business Have One?

If your business is a corporation, you must have a board of directors. But if your business is a sole proprietorship or a limited liability company, you don't have to have one. However, you may want one for all the different…more
 /  Business Organizations

Is Your Business Using Business Credit Cards or Personal Credit Cards for Business Expenses

As a business owner, do you have a business credit card? Or do you use your personal credit card for business expenses? Is one better than the other?…more
 /  Business Organizations

What Happens If You and Your Business Partner Disagree?

You and your friend were so excited when you started your business. Both of you made promises about what each would contribute and how each of you would help the business grow. So you started your business, time has passed and…more
 /  Business Organizations

Personal Guarantees - How to Narrow Down Your Liability

When you formed your corporation or LLC, you did so to avoid personal liability for the debts of the entity. By signing a personal guaranty, you are assuming the liability for the debts of the entity. Why would you be asked to…more
 /  Business Organizations

Are You Following the Federal Laws For Advertising Your Business

The federal government has passed laws that rein in what your business can do and say in an advertisement in an attempt to protect consumers. Many of these laws stem from the idea that you can’t lie about your product or…more
 /  Business Organizations

Are You Running a Business or a Hobby?

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…more
 /  Business Organizations, Taxation

How Does a Small Business Owner Find a Great Accountant

A great accountant should be helping you save money, grow your business, and find helpful new contacts. But, how do you find such an accountant rather than one who just does your bookkeeping and fills out your tax returns?…more
 /  Business Organizations

What is An Angel Investor and How Do I Find One?

If you are in need of capital to get your business off the ground, you are looking for any source of money that you can find. If you don’t have personal savings, or friends or family with a lot of savings, your next thought was…more
 /  Business Organizations, Commercial Law & Contracts

What Should You Do If The House You Are Buying Was Affacted By Hurricane Irene

If you are buying a home that was in the path of Hurricane Irene, and the house you are buying has not been damaged by the hurricane, you can breathe more easily. You now know that your new home can withstand weather conditions…more
 /  Real Estate - Residential

Do You Know Whether You Are Really Making Money in Your Business?

You started a business and you are working long hours. But at the end of the month or quarter or year, you can’t tell whether your business is profitable or not. How do you know whether you are building a profitable business…more
 /  Business Organizations

Home Inspection Negotiations - How Do You Win?

The home inspection contingency is the most frequent point at which home purchases break down. Either the seller does not wish to spend any more money to cure defects or the buyers have expectations that their sellers will make…more
 /  Real Estate - Residential

Do You Know Which Seller Inspections You Need Before the Closing?

Most home sellers know that the buyer will have the home inspected as part of the purchase transaction. But in New Jersey, sellers need to have their homes inspected as well. Do you know which inspections you need and when to…more
 /  Real Estate - Residential
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