A Leader In Elder Law
If you are facing important decisions, questions or conflicts regarding family members, finances or future arrangements, you may be searching for an attorney with the ability to understand every dimension of your situation — and the ability to find solutions to difficult problems. This means that your lawyer should have comprehensive, detailed knowledge of taxes, long-term care issues (including assisted living, nursing homes and rehabilitation), capacity issues, estate planning instruments, as well as probate and administration of estates.
Estate planning, long-term care planning, estate administration and guardianships can present a multitude of challenges to individuals and families with tough choices to make. Everyone wants to protect family, preserve wealth and prevent problems, but it can be difficult to know exactly how to do those things. Our elder law firm, with offices in Cherry Hill and Linwood, New Jersey, has been a leader in elder law for over 30 years.
Meet Our Team
Nancy M. Rice
Pamela A. Quattrone
Douglas J. Bligh
Sarah L. Cranston
Kerry L. DiJoseph
Experience With Complex Laws
New Jersey and Pennsylvania trust, estate and probate laws, which were complicated to begin with, have changed significantly in recent years. Combine legal and procedural complexity with the emotional drain that family issues and life transitions can bring, and you have the need for real guidance.
That’s Where Our Firm Can Help
Recent Blog Posts
Estate planning is an important process that involves organizing a person’s finances once they are gone and several other aspects. As with other legal agreements, parties to estate planning documents must have acted voluntarily and have been of sound mind....
Creating a will is the responsible thing to do. It ensures that your wishes are known and that your assets will be disbursed based on these wishes when you pass. However, what if no one knows about your will or where to find it? If this happens, then all your planning...
Federal tax is applied to almost all of your assets and income. Even your property and other assets you own when you die may be subject to tax again even though you paid taxes on it. Estate taxes levied by the federal government can mean up to a 40% tax rate on the...