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CONSIDERATIONS UNDER THE NEW JERSEY WRONGFUL DEATH ACT

by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., Esquire, CELA, and Ethan J. Ordog, Esquire             Litigating under the New Jersey Wrongful Death Act can be complex.  A number of issues must be considered.             Item number one is “Who is the plaintiff?”  When there is a Will, the plaintiff is the Executor.  When the plaintiff died intestate,…

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PLANNING FOR SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN IN A FAMILY LAW SETTING

by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., Esquire, CELA In planning for special needs children, careful analysis must be made of the child’s immediate needs and also of the additional needs of the child after the surviving parent is deceased.  The place to begin is with the development of a Life Plan.  The components of a Life…

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PLANNING FOR SPOUSES WITH DISABILITIES IN A FAMILY LAW SETTING

by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., Esquire, CELA In planning for spouses with disabilities in a Family Law setting careful analysis must be made of the spouse’s immediate needs and also what, if any, public benefits the spouse is receiving or may be entitled to receive in the near future.  Financial issues impacting the spouse would…

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FREQUENTLY OVERLOOKED PUBLIC BENEFITS FOR PERSONAL INJURY VICTIMS

by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., Esquire, CELA and Emily Schurr             Frequently personal injury victims are seriously injured and completely unable to work, are seriously injured but are limited in the work they can perform or are simply personal injury victims who never could perform a high level of work.  There are a number of…

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