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Funding a Trust

By Jill Roamer, J.D. April 29, 2019

Without transferring assets into a trust, or funding it, the trust document is just a useless..

Final Days of World Autism Awareness Month

By ElderCounsel April 26, 2019

April is World Autism Month. This initiative was created by the Autism Society to increase..

Medical Aid-in-Dying Becomes Law in New Jersey

By Anita Schnee, J.D. April 24, 2019

Thank you to our guest blogger Anita Schnee, J.D. for leading this conversation on medical..

When Should I Hire Help in My Law Practice?

The decision to hire an associate, a paralegal, or any type of assistance is a challenging one..

The Death Penalty & Dementia: Ford and Panetti Expanded

The Eighth Amendment declares that cruel and unusual punishments cannot be inflicted upon..

Chaos Over Long-Term Care Arbitration Clauses

Arbitration agreements are a touchy subject in any context, but particularly so in the..

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