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How To Claim Guardianship Of A Parent
An individual usually claims guardianship of a parent when the parent is no longer able to make rational decisions for themselves. It’s most often done due to age, illness, or an unexpected incident. However, claiming guardianship of a parent is not always a simple process. Our

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When you inherit assets like property, money, or jewelry either before or after you get married, it’s important that you protect your inheritance in the event that things with your spouse don’t work out. While it’s not a pleasant scenario to imagine, unexpected issues arise in relationships every

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If someone has been named as an executor of a will in New Jersey, and a will probate takes place, the executor is legally required to be present for the probate process. An executor is someone who identifies and collects all the assets named in the deceased

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Can Someone Be Disinherited From Your Will
If you want to disinherit someone from your will, you probably have several questions, like who can be disinherited? What are the common reasons for disinheriting someone, and how can you ensure it’s legally enforceable?  Disinheriting someone from your will is a personal decision that only you

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What You Need To Know About Non-Disclosure Agreements
A non-disclosure agreement, commonly referred to as an NDA, is a legal contract between a person who has sensitive information and a person or people who might gain access to that information. An NDA creates a confidential relationship between these two parties with the intent of protecting the

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Plenary Guardianship
Sometimes adults lose the ability to make decisions for themselves due to mental incapacitation from a disease, injury, or illness. When a person’s mental state declines to the point that they aren’t able to understand the choices they’re making, someone needs to step in and assist with financial,

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Challenge a will
Have you found yourself in a situation where you believe it’s necessary to challenge a loved one’s will? While we think of wills as iron clad, there are circumstances in which a person’s will can be challenged. An experienced estate planning attorney can talk you through the options

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A Living Will Speaks for You When You Cannot
You might have heard of a Living Will, but do you know what it’s for and why it’s important that you have one? It’s common to assume that you don’t need to think about estate planning or creating a will until you’re much older, but the truth is

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