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                The title of the article in the Wall Street Journal a few weeks ago was intended to turn heads.  (See https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-pension-hole-for-u-s-cities-and-states-is-the-size-of-japans-economy-1532972501?mod=hp_lead_pos7) There has been an increasing amount of coverage in the media about the pension crisis in the country, specifically the underfunding of public employee pensions.  According to the

                I have written in past blog posts about how best to approach the topic of long term care with a parent or elderly loved one.  There are no two situations that are exactly alike so there is no one best way to handle the delicate subject.  It is especially

       As the population ages so do our celebrities who face many of the same elder related legal issues as the rest of us.  Buzz Aldrin is yet another example of this.   His story caught my attention last month.  Aldrin, a local guy, was born and raised in Montclair, New

                Most of the stories I write about involve parents helping out their adult children and how that might affect their own finances, especially when they need long term care.  As a result of divorce, losing a job, having special needs that restricts or prevents the ability to earn a

                On September 13, 2017 Governor Christie signed a new bill into law, the Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (“UFADAA”).  The new law becomes effective 90 days from the date of signing, December 12, 2017.                 The issue of accessing digital assets has become an increasingly troublesome one over