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October 2013 Archives

Don't let incapacity diminish an elderly loved one's estate

Just about anyone will tell you: getting older is hard. Sometimes an elderly loved one's capacity to handle financial affairs becomes greatly limited, and there is the risk that money troubles could result. When that is the case, children of aging parents may have to take over the estate, and this process is made easier when the proper estate planning documents are already in place.

When to start planning your estate and when to update your plan

There is great comfort and peace of mind in knowing that you've created a trust, written a will and decided who will handle your legal, medical and financial affairs in the event that you can't. But as we all know, life can be unpredictable, and unfortunately many people neglect to update their estate plans when family and other life situations change.

How can the home be divided in a New Jersey divorce?

Aside from child custody issues, property division is potentially one of the most contentious issues divorcing couples in New Jersey have to face. Even in amicable divorces, the division of marital property is a complex matter that requires legal guidance to achieve a fair outcome.

Take digital assets into account during estate planning process

Many people in New Jersey spend a large portion their waking hours online, and we use the Internet for almost everything, from banking to shopping to making restaurant reservations. In fact, some people never set foot inside of a bank; instead, they handle all of their personal financial transactions online. While this may be convenient, it is best for people to include these digital assets in their estate plans.

Hospital to win guardianship of 10-year-old leukemia patient

When it comes to medical care, New Jersey parents usually have the authority to make critical decisions. However, due to mental illness or other causes, parents may be incapable of making such decisions, and guardianship is transferred to another person.