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  • Divorce and Estate Planning

    Divorce and Estate Planning

    We strongly recommend that if you are getting a divorce that you have a new last will and testament, power of attorney and advanced directive for health care decisions prepared by an attorney. Although a divorce might automatically revoke certain important legal documents under New Jersey law such a. . .

    8th February,2019

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  • How an Elder Law Attorney Can Help You

    How an Elder Law Attorney Can Help You

    Elder law attorneys are there to help their clients plan for the future. Unfortunately, many illnesses can change physical and mental health during the later years. In many cases, people may become unable to make their own decisions about care or in the case of adults with special needs their parent. . .

    28th January,2019

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  • The ABLE Act and how it Helps Those with Special Needs

    The ABLE Act and how it Helps Those with Special Needs

    The Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act was signed into law in December of 2014. The purpose of the Act was to provide individuals and families the ability to finance disability needs tax-free. The savings vehicle provided by the ABLE Act is similar to the 529 education savings plan. The A. . .

    28th January,2019

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  • Come See Us: It’s Not Too Late

    Come See Us: It’s Not Too Late

    Saul was getting on in years, and he missed his wife who had recently died. So he sold the home, put the $100,000.00 in the bank, and moved into his son Arthur’s home. Every day Saul started his day as always, and he felt healthy as a horse. So he really didn’t see the need […]. . .

    18th January,2019

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  • Power of Attorney Misconceptions

    Power of Attorney Misconceptions

    A durable power of attorney (POA) is one of the most important estate planning documents you can have. It allows someone who you appoint (your agent) to make decisions on your behalf in the event you become incapacitated. It is also one of the most misunderstood. This article will break down some of. . .

    17th January,2019

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  • Using Alternative Dispute Resolution to Resolve Your Family Law Case Out of Court

    Using Alternative Dispute Resolution to Resolve Your Family Law Case Out of Court

    More and more family law litigants are turning to alternative dispute resolution processes to resolve their disputes. Among these processes are the collaborative process where both parties hire attorneys and all decisions are made together without involvement of a Judge; mediation, in which the part. . .

    17th January,2019

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