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January 24, 2022Estate Planning for a Single Person

If you are single, you may not think you need to plan your estate, but single people are in as much need of a plan as anyone else. Estate planning not only involves determining where your assets will go when you die -- it also helps you plan for what will happen should you become incapacitated, perhaps as the result of a stroke, dementia, or injury. If you don't make a plan, you will have no say in what happens to you or your assets....

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January 20, 2022You Can ‘Cure' a Medicaid Penalty by Returning a Gift

In general, a New Jersey resident is eligible for Medicaid if his assets do not exceed the State's resource limit. However, an applicant cannot simply give money away to bring himself under the limit. He will be subject to a Medicaid penalty if he gives or transfers assets to others within five years of applying for Medicaid. The penalty is a period of time the applicant is ineligible for Medicaid and is determined by dividing the amount transferred by what Medicaid determines to be the average monthly cost of a New Jersey nursing home. The current divisor in New Jersey for the purpose of calculating a Medicaid penalty is $361.20 per day....

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January 18, 2022Mohamed Nabulsi, Esq. authors article for NJBIZ titled " Fighting Back: Facing extinction amid monopolization, independent pharmacies see a lifeline"

Mandelbaum Barrett's Healthcare Co-Chair Mohamed H. Nabulsi, Esq. has authored an article in the January 17, 2022 issue of NJBIZ titled "Fighting Back: Facing extinction amid monopolization, independent pharmacies see a lifeline." Nabulsi writes, "Chain pharmacies, mass retailers and supermarkets have undercut the market by selling generic drugs at less than cost, often accepting significant losses on generic drugs, simply to draw more business to their stores. The race to the bottom has almost single-handedly wiped out independent pharmacies."...

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January 14, 2022Family Law Co-Chairs David Carton, Esq. and Lynne Strober, Esq. have co-authored an article in the New Jersey Law Journal titled "50-50 Parenting Time: Should It Be the Law"

Mandelbaum Barrett Family Law Co-Chairs David Carton, Esq. and Lynne Strober, Esq. have co-authored an article in the January 13th, 2022 issue of New Jersey Law Journal titled "50-50 Parenting Time: Should It Be the Law?" with contributions from Vito Colasurdo, Jr. and Rebecca Frino....

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