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Recent studies have shown that more than 56 million people – that’s 17% of the population – rely on Medicare to meet their health care needs, which include long-term care for the elderly, dental care, eye, and hearing care. But does this mean that you can sit back and relax

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Whether you’re single, newly married, divorced or have kids, there’s never a wrong time in life to sort out your estate plan. But what should you do right after you’ve made this decision? Here are tips for preparing to create your estate plan, from a leading NJ estate planning

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elder law trusts nj
Trusts are fast becoming a popular means of protecting assets from taxation and probate while benefitting heirs, and there are many different types of legal trusts available for achieving this. One such example is a Crummey Trust. Here is some insight into this useful tool, from a leading estate planning

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There are many reasons why estate planning is essential, and one of them is that it is a good wealth management tool as well as offering peace of mind by caring for your family. One of the main focuses of estate planning is formalizing who inherits what assets from your

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With templates of legal documents readily available online, it’s no surprise that many people are creating their Last Will and Testaments themselves. After all, it’s an easy way to save some money, right? In fact, these wills can quickly become a costly disaster. Here are some of the problems with

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With statistics showing that over 5.5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, it’s important for us all to take the necessary steps and plan for this possibility. Not only do dementia patients lose the ability to work and support themselves financially, they also require care

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elder law trusts nj
It’s often said that the one fact about money is that you can’t take it with you. Fortunately, you can still use it to care for your loved ones and dependents after you’re gone. One of the biggest issues that many of us face when planning how our beneficiaries will

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A trust is a very useful and practical part of an estate plan that can bring considerable benefits to you and your loved ones, including tax reductions – but only if it is created and managed properly. Here are some of the most common issues with trusts to look out

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For many families there comes a time in life in which parents and elderly loved ones will require a certain level of assistance in their daily lives. For some families it is easier for a family member to take on this role, but for other families it is necessary to

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