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OPTIONS FOR PERSONAL INJURY PLAINTIFFS WITH LIMITED CAPACITY

by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., Esquire, CELA and Ethan J. Ordog, Esquire             It is imperative that the capacity of a personal injury plaintiff is considered to ensure that legal authority to participate in and/or settle a civil claim is established.  Often, in seeking to ensure that claims are pursued for the benefit of the…

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IT’S TAX TIME – Long Term Care Insurance Tax Deductions For 2023

by Marianne Johnston, Esq. Are you a taxpayer who has purchased long-term care insurance (LTCI)? First, some good news:  Benefits received under a tax qualified long-term care policy are generally received tax free by the policy holder. Second, some more good news – You may be able to deduct the cost – or at least…

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LIFE WHILE RECEIVING BENEFITS UNDER THE NEW JERSEY PERSONAL PREFERENCE PROGRAM

by Emily M. Schurr, Esq. Your New Jersey Personal Preference Program monthly budget can be used for services such as: employment of individuals, including family members, to provide Personal Care Assistant Services; cleaning services from private companies; errand services to assist with banking, shopping, post office, and other routine tasks; laundry services; services from a…

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A NOTE ON GUARDIANSHIP AND THE NEW JERSEY PERSONAL PREFERENCE PROGRAM

by Emily M. Schurr, Esq. If an individual has been deemed incapacitated and has a guardian, there is an additional consideration. Parents often serve as guardians of their adult children with severe disabilities. If the child lives in the home with the parent/guardian, the parent may want to be employed by the New Jersey Personal…

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