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ASSET PROTECTION STRATEGIES: HOW TO PROTECT YOUR ASSETS FROM CLAIMS OF CREDITORS – PART 1

by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., Esquire, CELA, and Joellen C. Meckley, Esquire This is the first of a two-part series (the second part can be found here) designed to discuss various asset protection strategies for clients doing Estate Planning who are concerned about the possibility of future claims.  Typically, but not always, these clients are professionals…

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PLANNING FOR YOUR LOVED ONES WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

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GUARDIANSHIP 101: WHAT PARENTS OF DISABLED CHILDREN NEED TO KNOW ABOUT GUARDIANSHIP IN NEW JERSEY

By: Ethan J. Ordog, Esquire WHAT IS GUARDIANSHIP? Guardianship is a protective arrangement established through the Superior Court in New Jersey on behalf of a mentally incapacitated person.  While guardianship proceedings are often associated with adults suffering from dementia or the effects of aging, a parent of a developmentally disabled child is often faced with…

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ASSET PROTECTION STRATEGIES: HOW TO PROTECT YOUR ASSETS FROM CLAIMS OF CREDITORS

By:  Thomas D. Begley, Jr., Esquire, CELA There are a number of strategies that are used to protect assets from creditors.  Some of them work, some of them do not.  Some work with limitations.  In considering asset protection strategies the Uniform Voidable Transaction Act (formerly known as the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act) must be considered. …

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