New Jersey Law

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Using Trusts to Protect the Assets of a Non-spouse Beneficiary

One alternative to outright distribution of assets to beneficiaries is the creation of a trust. A trust is an entity that is created by the person who is deciding how their assets should be handled after their death. This person…


Is a Living Trust Right for You?

The “Revocable Living Trust” (“RLT”) has been a popular estate planning tool for many years. An RLT may be worthwhile, or not. This article is a brief overview of some of the benefits and common misconceptions about RLTs.

An RLT…

CATEGORIES: Estate Planning, Wills

New Jersey’s Revised LLC Act Now Applicable to All New Jersey Limited Liability Companies

New Jersey’s version of the Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (the “Revised Act”) went into effect on March 18, 2013 for all LLCs formed in New Jersey on or after that date, as well as for any pre-existing LLCs…


NJ Law Against Discrimination Amended to Provide Additional Protections to Pregnant Women

On January 21, 2014, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie signed into law an amendment to the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (LAD) which provides additional protections for pregnant women. The law adds a stipulation not typically found in pregnancy discrimination…

CATEGORIES: Employment Law


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