Monthly Archives: February 2013

IMPORTANCE OF PROBATE IN WRONGFUL DEATH CASES – PART 2

4. The Process. While the administration of an estate can be complex, the steps are relatively simple. In New Jersey the process is as follows: Probate Will or apply for Letters of Adminstration Inventory estate assets Obtain Date of Death

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Life Insurance Leads

Do you plan to specialize in selling life insurance? Then here is something you might want to consider, if you are not already doing it. Spend your money on good, solid leads that have the possibility of panning out for

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ADVANTAGE – Long Term and Post Acute Care

Case Study – “Suit: Facility let woman ‘waste away” by Steve Moran Suit: Facility let woman ‘waste away’ is the title of a front page article in the Sacramento Bee, my local paper. Here is a brief summary of the

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ADVANTAGE – Long Term and Post Acute Care

Case Study – “Suit: Facility let woman ‘waste away” by Steve Moran Suit: Facility let woman ‘waste away’ is the title of a front page article in the Sacramento Bee, my local paper. Here is a brief summary of the

Posted in Business, Business Articles, Technology

Oral Agreements Unreliable in Family Law

A recent case in family court in New York illustrates the need for child support agreements to be made in writing and incorporated into a court order. The divorced parties in the case, Kristina Lynn B. v. Joseph T.M., were

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Legal or illegal alien, which is it?

It seems like the government does not know what it’s doing with immigration reform. Perhaps that is not an unusual observation. Just recently, the Inspector General for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) revealed that the government computer program that

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Opponents of Permanent Alimony in Florida Increasing in Numbers

Most married people hope that their marriage will last forever. Divorcees in some states, however, have learned that even if a marriage does not last forever, alimony sometimes does. Under permanent alimony, one party to a divorce makes payments to

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Judge Approves Settlement in BP Oil Spill Case

A settlement deal has received final approval by the federal judge presiding in a lawsuit against BP by tens of thousands of individuals and businesses affected by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill in 2010. It is estimated that BP

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Judge Approves Settlement in BP Oil Spill Case

A settlement deal has received final approval by the federal judge presiding in a lawsuit against BP by tens of thousands of individuals and businesses affected by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill in 2010. It is estimated that BP

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Estate Planning Basics

When clients hear the term “estate planning,” they often think it does not apply to them. The word “estate” often conjures up something (a home, finances, etc) on a grand scale. However, estate planning covers everything from medical care when

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