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When Is a Nursing Home Eviction Legal, and What Can I Do?...

Nursing home evictions, or involuntary discharges or transfers, disrupt the lives of residents, leading to homelessness, separation from familial support systems, and loss of care. As federal...

The Ins and Outs of Estate Sales...

Following the death of a family member, you may find yourself needing to sort through many possessions accumulated over the deceased’s lifetime. An estate sale is one way to distribute those items...

Housing Considerations When Your Child With Special Needs...

Affordable, safe housing is one of the most crucial aspects of a person’s life, especially if that person has a disability. Parents and guardians must plan for this as early as possible to make...

Navigating Types of Dental Transactions & the...

It is imperative that dentists ask three financial questions to ensure a deal is advantageous to them: how much is being paid to the seller; where is the money to pay the seller coming from; and...

What is an Executor?...

An executor is the person or institution responsible for managing the administration of a deceased person’s estate. The executor (also called a personal representative) is either named in a...

Some Social Security Beneficiaries Can Get Retroactive...

If you need a lot of cash on hand upon retirement, Social Security offers a lump-sum payment option that’s worth six months of benefits. However, it comes at a cost. It is important to understand...

Dynasty Trusts: A Tax-Efficient Way to Pass Wealth Down...

If you want to pass money to future generations without having it subject to gift and estate taxes, then a dynasty trust may be right for you. A dynasty trust allows trust assets to be used for the...

Construction Law Alert: Supreme Court Says Condo...

On July 18, 2022, in Crystal Point Condominium Association, Inc. v. Kinsale Insurance Company, (a-76-20) (085606), the New Jersey Supreme Court unanimously concurred with an Appellate Division...

How to Get Into a Nursing Home as a Medicaid Recipient...

While Medicaid helps pay for nursing home care, being admitted to a nursing home as a Medicaid recipient is not always easy. There are several ways to navigate the process, depending on your...