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                In my post last week, I referred to New Jersey’s tax waiver.  It is an often misunderstood process designed to insure that the State receives the appropriate amount of taxes when someone dies.  As I explained, New Jersey’s estate tax was phased out as of 2018 but we still

                As I have written in previous posts, New Jersey did away with its estate tax in 2018.  This was part of a compromise between the state legislature and then Governor Christie who agreed to an increase in New Jersey’s gasoline tax.  I have also pointed out that we still

                In this week’s post I focus back on Medicaid.  As I often tell people, every year it seems that securing Medicaid approvalsis increasingly difficult.  There are more ways to be tripped up by the complex and often confusing rules and regulations.  Many of the problems stem from keeping Medicaid

                In last week’s post I started talking about intestacy laws which direct how assets pass when a person dies without a will.  This week I will discuss a couple of instances where failing to prepare a will proved harmful.                 In the first case, Joe was married but he had