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A living will is slightly different from your last will and testament. This particular type of will is designed for those who are receiving medical treatment or will in the future, and want to be able to express their desires regarding treatment when they are no longer able to speak

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Have you given much thought to the welfare of your children should you pass away? Are you taking care of elderly or long term disabled individuals? What will happen to them? Who will look after them? Many people don’t give this enough thought and fail to plan, but you can

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The Probate Court of NJ and its processes can be a confusing and frustrating exercise for families already dealing with the loss of a loved one. Heirs can be forced to wait months, even years to get final disposition of the estate, even when a proper will exists. Your goal

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by Frank Campisano

People are often intimidated by the concept of a “trust” or trust fund because of the common perception that trusts are extremely complicated legal devices.  Although it is often true that certain trusts can indeed be intricately structured to accomplish particular purposes, the fundamental components of

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By necessity, Medicaid, which was intended to provide assistance to impoverished citizens, has become the default long-term care insurance for the middle class. Consider this: The average cost of institutionalized nursing care in New Jersey is between $7,500.00 and $12,000.00 per month.  Contrary to popular belief, Medicare does not provide

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A comprehensive estate plan resolves a number of legal questions that arise whenever anyone dies: What is the state of their financial affairs? What real and personal property do they own? Who gets what? Does a personal guardian need to be appointed to care for minor

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