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October 11, 2021 Mark T. Matri Probate and Estate Law

What Happens to My 401(k) If I Die?

November 17, 2020 Scura Law Firm Foreclosure, Probate and Estate Law

How Long Does Foreclosure Take in New Jersey?

When you are behind on your mortgage payments, it is only a matter of time before you ask how long you have before the foreclosure process begins. In New Jersey, when you take out a mortgage loan,...

August 30, 2018 Peter Cammarota Probate and Estate Law

Is It Time to Consider Your Estate Planning Needs?

It is never too early or too late to start planning ways to protect your family finances for the future. Wills and trusts are very important legal tools for you to protect your loved ones from making...

November 2, 2016 Mark T. Matri Probate and Estate Law

Of Their Own Free Will? The Burden of Proving Undue Influence

In the typical will contest, a party seeks to invalidate a decedent’s will due to an alleged lack of testamentary capacity and/or undue influence. The battle is often exclusively fought on these two...

July 15, 2014 Scura Law Firm Probate and Estate Law, Attorney, Contracts

Tips for Creating a Living Will

Whereas a "normal" will dictates how a person's tangible assets will be distributed after death, a "living will" deals with an even more personal matter: a person's physical health. If you should...
March 5, 2013 Christopher J. Balala Bankruptcy, Probate and Estate Law, Chapter 7

Can You Keep an Inheritance In a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Clients are often concerned with their ability to protect an inheritance that they are the recipient of. Sometimes clients are aware of a possible inheritance, a sick aunt or uncle who is about to...

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