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Protecting Seniors From Isolation

Although we frequently think of seniors as living among family members or in a senior community or other shared housing arrangement, the likelihood of living alone rises as one ages, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Among women 65 to

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THE FUTURE OF SPECIAL NEEDS PLANNING

[This article was originally printed in the Straight Word, a publication of the Burlington County Bar Association.] THE FUTURE OF SPECIAL NEEDS PLANNING by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., CELA Special needs planning is a process of planning for the legal,

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THE FUTURE OF SPECIAL NEEDS PLANNING

by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., CELA Special needs planning is a process of planning for the legal, personal, and financial needs of an individual with disabilities to enhance the quality of life of that person to allow them to reach

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Despite Rising Income for Women, Men Hesitant to Request Alimony

In theory, alimony as a legal concept exists independent of gender. It does not matter whether the payee or payer is a man or a woman – alimony is awarded when one party has a need for it and the

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Majority of Americans Don’t Want to Live to 120, Pew Study Reveals

The U.S. population is aging rapidly as a result of falling birthrates and rising life expectancies. According to the U.S. Census Bureau projections, by 2050, one-in-five Americans will be 65 or older, and at least 400,000 will be 100 or

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