Andrew Berns

Partner, Chair of Commercial Litigation and Employment Practice Groups at Einhorn Barbarito Frost & Botwinick
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  • The age of majority in New Jersey is 18. There are some exceptions to minors entering into a contract, such as for medical care, food and housing. But other contracts with minors, he said, would usually be unenforceable. A minor can also repudiate a contract he or she entered into before turning 18. It is nice to offer the kids other weekends but if it is not workable for the group or even if it is acceptable for some of the kids and parents, if someone cannot or does not want to participate, they should be offered a refund, even if they have to wait for the payment

    24 September 2020
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  • Einhorn Barbarito Frost & Botwinick
    Partner, Chair of Commercial Litigation and Employment Practice Groups