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Guardianship vs Conservatorship

Guardianship vs. Conservatorship Estate Planning involves making important decisions to protect your loved ones and ensure their well-being when you can no longer make decisions for yourself. Two key legal tools that address this concern are guardianship and conservatorship. In this blog post, we will explore the distinctions between these two essential components of estate …

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Revoking a Power of Attorney

Revoking a Power of Attorney

Appointing a Power of Attorney (POA) is an essential legal step in estate planning. This legal document can provide invaluable protection for your future; ensuring that your affairs continue to be managed according to your best interests, even when you cannot actively participate. However, life is ever changing and there may come a time when …

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What is Guardianship

Guardianship is a legal arrangement that allows an appointed individual to make decisions on behalf of another person who is unable to make decisions for themselves. This typically applies to minors, adults with disabilities, or elderly individuals who are no longer capable of making sound decisions about their personal or financial matters. Guardianship should be …

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What Are Special Need Trusts?

Special Needs Trusts are authorized under federal law 42 U.S.C. § 1396p(d)(4)(A). They are a type of trust that preserves the Special Needs Trust beneficiary’s eligibility for needs-based government benefits such as Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). These trusts may also be called a supplemental needs trusts, or ”d4A”. The New Jersey regulations for …

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