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September 2017 Archives

Legal grounds for contesting a will

According to an article in USA Today, many Americans have not adequately planned for the future. The article states that only about 36 percent of Americans have a will. Common reasons for why people delay making this document include not feeling as though it is necessary or not feeling like it is urgent to make one. 

New Jersey contested guardianships: Your parent deserves better

Watching your parents age can be difficult. Due to physical and mental decline, sometimes a parent needs to be placed in the care of a guardian. What if guardianship is granted and the individual to whom your parent is entrusted fails to do what is best for your mom or dad? Believe it or not, contested guardianships happen quite frequently in New Jersey and elsewhere. If you believe your parent deserves better than what he or she is getting, you can take steps to have the guardian's powers revoked.

New Jersey elder law: Revoking a power of attorney

Picking a person who is responsible for making important decisions for you can be difficult to do. You always hope that the individual chosen will make those decisions with your best interests in mind. Unfortunately, this does not always happen,  and it can leave you and your loved ones in a tough spot. Thankfully, once granted, powers of attorney may be revoked or changed with the assistance of a New Jersey elder law attorney.