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Top Estate Planning Tips in New Jersey

Approaching the estate planning process in New Jersey can feel a little daunting. There are so many options to consider, and the legal aspects of estate planning may seem quite complex. Fortunately, you can set up a solid estate plan by following a few simple steps and considering a number of effective strategies along the way. Of course, the most…

Strange Trusts You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Most people are only familiar with the most common trusts, such as irrevocable trusts, living trusts, and charitable trusts. But if you dig a little deeper into the world of trusts, you will find that there are trusts for almost every situation imaginable. Some of these trusts are seriously strange, and you might be wondering why someone would possibly want…

Dangerous Veteran Homes No Longer Controlled By New Jersey

Since the Covid-19 pandemic, it has become clear that many veteran homes and nursing homes throughout the Garden State have serious safety concerns. Numerous individuals lost their lives due to a wide range of negligence at these facilities, and guilty parties are still being held accountable. The New Jersey government has finally agreed to surrender control of its veteran homes…

Investing for Your Children and Beneficiaries

One of the best parts of a solid estate plan is the knowledge that your children, your grandchildren, and even your great-grandchildren may continue to benefit financially from your estate long after your passing. Estate planning represents an opportunity to put a legacy in place that keeps your family accustomed to a comfortable standard of living. The best way to…

Man Forced to Pay $7 Million Penalty for Cheating During Marriage

For most spouses in New Jersey, cheating during marriage comes with no notable legal consequences. It may destroy the family, it may alienate the children, and it may fill the guilty party with a deep sense of regret – but it will not get you in legal trouble. For the most part, judges do not even consider adultery when calculating…