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  • NJSA 2B:14-7 Acknowledgment, Proof
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  • NJSA 3B:1-2 Definitions: I to Z
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  • NJSA 3B:1-5 Effect upon Vested Rights and Remedies
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  • NJSA 3B:10-14 Appointment of Debtor as Executor; Debt Not Discharged
  • NJSA 3B:10-15 Appointment of Substituted Administrators
  • NJSA 3B:10-17 Manner in Which Appointment Shall Be Made
  • NJSA 3B:10-18 When Appointment Unnecessary
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  • NJSA 3B:11-11. Provision included in trust instruments
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  • NJSA 3B:11-19. Short title
  • NJSA 3B:11-2. Letters of trusteeship under a will

  • NJSA 3B:11-20. Findings
  • NJSA 3B:11-21 Purposes, policies.
  • NJSA 3B:11-22 Definitions.
  • NJSA 3B:11-23. Nonprofit corporations
  • NJSA 3B:11-24. Board
  • NJSA 3B:11-25. No compensation
  • NJSA 3B:11-26. Bylaws
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  • NJSA 3B:11-28. Contributions; written statement
  • NJSA 3B:11-29. Itemized annual statement
  • NJSA 3B:11-3. Trustees construed to be joint tenants

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  • NJSA 3B:11-31. Special requests; individual trusts
  • NJSA 3B:11-32. Community trust irrevocable
  • NJSA 3B:11-33. Not deemed asset
  • NJSA 3B:11-34. Not subject to rule against perpetuities
  • NJSA 3B:11-35. Settlement, dissolution, merger
  • NJSA 3B:11-36. Findings, declarations special needs
  • NJSA 3B:11-37. Establishing an OBRA 93 trust
  • NJSA 3B:11-38. Trust funds for pets recognized as valid
  • NJSA 3B:11-4. Effect to be given consent by holders of gene
  • NJSA 3B:11-4.1. Limitations on powers of trustees; applicab
  • NJSA 3B:11-5 Trustees death or failure to act; appointment
  • NJSA 3B:11-6. Vacancy in trusteeship upon discharge
  • NJSA 3B:11-7. Powers of new, substituted or additional trust
  • NJSA 3B:11-8. Short title
  • NJSA 3B:11-9. Definitions
  • NJSA 3B:12-1 Power of the court to order protective
  • NJSA 3B:12-10. Persons paying money or delivering property
  • NJSA 3B:12-12. Jurisdiction of surrogate to appoint guardia
  • NJSA 3B:12-13 Power to designate testamentary guardian.
  • NJSA 3B:12-15 Appointment of testamentary guardian by survi
  • NJSA 3B:12-16 Bond of testamentary guardian.
  • NJSA 3B:12-17. Determination into fitness of a testamentary
  • NJSA 3B:12-18. Effect of a testamentary appointment
  • NJSA 3B:12-19. Guardian for property of nonresident minor
  • NJSA 3B:12-2 Matters within a protective arrangement.
  • NJSA 3B:12-20. Special guardian for consent to enlist; bon
  • NJSA 3B:12-21. Persons entitled to appointment
  • NJSA 3B:12-22. Appointment when heirs are nonresidents
  • NJSA 3B:12-23. Guardian for child of absconding or absent
  • NJSA 3B:12-24 Issue of incapacity triable without jury
  • NJSA 3B:12-24.1 Determination by the court of need for guar
  • NJSA 3B:12-25 Appointment of guardian.
  • NJSA 3B:12-26 Action against incapacitated person when guar
  • NJSA 3B:12-27 Distribution of property of an incapacitated
  • NJSA 3B:12-28 Return to competency; restoration of estate
  • NJSA 3B:12-3 Factors to be considered before approving
  • NJSA 3B:12-30 Appointment of guardian of adult by parents o
  • NJSA 3B:12-31 Consent by surviving parent to guardians app
  • NJSA 3B:12-32 Temporary appointment of guardian if person
  • NJSA 3B:12-33 Bond of testamentary guardian.
  • NJSA 3B:12-34 Determination into fitness of a testamentary
  • NJSA 3B:12-35 Effect of a testamentary appointment.
  • NJSA 3B:12-36 Authority of court with respect to wards
  • NJSA 3B:12-37 Letters of guardianship to state any limitati
  • NJSA 3B:12-38 Title to wards property vested in guardian
  • NJSA 3B:12-39 Delegation of parents or guardians powers r
  • NJSA 3B:12-4 Appointment of special guardian.
  • NJSA 3B:12-40. Duty of guardian of wards person to account
  • NJSA 3B:12-41 Guardian of wards person entitled to reimbur
  • NJSA 3B:12-42 Reporting condition of wards person and prop
  • NJSA 3B:12-43 Expenditures to be made by guardian out of
  • NJSA 3B:12-44 Recommendations to be considered by guardian
  • NJSA 3B:12-45. Other factors to be considered by guardian of
  • NJSA 3B:12-46 Persons for whose benefit expenditures may be
  • NJSA 3B:12-47. Persons to whom funds may be paid.
  • NJSA 3B:12-48 Powers conferred upon a guardian.
  • NJSA 3B:12-49 Powers conferred upon the court.
  • NJSA 3B:12-5 Right of alleged incapacitated person to trial
  • NJSA 3B:12-50. Additional powers which may be exercised by
  • NJSA 3B:12-51. Powers and responsibilities of a guardian of
  • NJSA 3B:12-52. Powers and duties of a guardian of person
  • NJSA 3B:12-53. Powers and duties of a guardian of estate
  • NJSA 3B:12-54 Duty of guardian to deliver property when min
  • NJSA 3B:12-54.1 Trusts for certain beneficiaries providing
  • NJSA 3B:12-55. When authority and responsibility of guardian
  • NJSA 3B:12-56 Powers, rights and duties of a guardian
  • NJSA 3B:12-57 Powers and duties of a guardian of the person
  • NJSA 3B:12-58. Gifts to charities and other objects.
  • NJSA 3B:12-59 Purchase of real property for use
  • NJSA 3B:12-6 Circumstances under which money may be paid
  • NJSA 3B:12-61 Power of guardian to act as personal represen
  • NJSA 3B:12-62. Factors to be considered by the court
  • NJSA 3B:12-63 Guardians final account and delivery of prope
  • NJSA 3B:12-64 When authority and responsibility of guardian
  • NJSA 3B:12-65. Vacancy in guardianship
  • NJSA 3B:12-66 Filling vacancy in guardianship.
  • NJSA 3B:12-66.1 Removal from New Jersey after appointment
  • NJSA 3B:12-67. Short title New Jersey Standby Guardian
  • NJSA 3B:12-68. Findings, declarations
  • NJSA 3B:12-7. When payment of money or delivery of property
  • NJSA 3B:12-70. Jurisdiction
  • NJSA 3B:12-71. Applicability
  • NJSA 3B:12-72. Appointment of standby guardian by court
  • NJSA 3B:12-73. Immediate assumption of duties of appointed
  • NJSA 3B:12-73. Immediate assumption of duties of appointed sta
  • NJSA 3B:12-74. Designation of standby guardian by parent
  • NJSA 3B:12-75. Immediate assumption of duties of designate
  • NJSA 3B:12-76. Petition for judicial appointment
  • NJSA 3B:12-77. Notice of petition to child
  • NJSA 3B:12-78. Filing, delivery of appointment, designati
  • NJSA 3B:12-8. Application of money and property; reimburse
  • NJSA 3B:12-9. Preservation of excess sums; payment
  • NJSA 3B:12A-1 Findings, declarations relative to kinship le
  • NJSA 3B:12A-2 Definitions relative to kinship legal guardian
  • NJSA 3B:12A-3 Jurisdiction, venue.
  • NJSA 3B:12A-4 Rights, responsibilities, authority of kinship
  • NJSA 3B:12A-5 Appointment as kinship legal guardian; content
  • NJSA 3B:12A-6 Considerations for appointment as kinship
  • NJSA 3B:12B-10 Significant-connection state; determination.
  • NJSA 3B:12B-11 Emergency jurisdiction.
  • NJSA 3B:12B-12 Exclusive and continuing jurisdiction.
  • NJSA 3B:12B-13 Appropriate forum.
  • NJSA 3B:12B-14 Jurisdiction declined by reason of conduct.
  • NJSA 3B:12B-15 Notice of proceeding.
  • NJSA 3B:12B-17 Transfer of guardianship or conservatorship
  • NJSA 3B:12B-18 Accepting guardianship or conservatorship
  • NJSA 3B:12B-19 Registration of guardianship or conservatorsh
  • NJSA 3B:12B-20 Effect of registration.
  • NJSA 3B:12B-22 Transitional provision.
  • NJSA 3B:12B-7 Cooperation between courts.
  • NJSA 3B:12B-8 Taking testimony in another state; documentary
  • NJSA 3B:12B-9 Jurisdiction; determination.
  • NJSA 3B:13-1. Short title
  • NJSA 3B:13-10. Filing account with Federal agency
  • NJSA 3B:13-12. Notice to Federal agency
  • NJSA 3B:13-13. Accounting without filing vouchers
  • NJSA 3B:13-14. Removal of guardian for failure to account;
  • NJSA 3B:13-15. Investments
  • NJSA 3B:13-16. Support of dependents
  • NJSA 3B:13-17. Compensation of guardian
  • NJSA 3B:13-18. Authorization for guardian of incompetent
  • NJSA 3B:13-19. Direction of court for expenditure required;
  • NJSA 3B:13-2. Definitions
  • NJSA 3B:13-20 Fees
  • NJSA 3B:13-3. General rules of construction
  • NJSA 3B:13-4. Fees and costs
  • NJSA 3B:13-6. Determination of incompetency bySuperior Court
  • NJSA 3B:13-7. Guardians; when and how appointed
  • NJSA 3B:13-8. Guardian to have no more than five wards
  • NJSA 3B:13-9. Filing account with the court
  • NJSA 3B:14-23 Powers of a Fiduciary, Executor in a Probate Estate
  • NJSA 3B:2-1 Jurisdiction of Superior Court Not Affected
  • NJSA 3B:2-2 General Authority of Superior Court as to Probate Matters
  • NJSA 3B:2-3 Jurisdiction of Superior Court over Surrogates Proceedings
  • NJSA 3B:2-4 Proceedings in Superior Court on Order to Show Cause
  • NJSA 3B:2-5 Disputes or Doubts in Proceedings Before the Surrogate
  • NJSA 3B:2-6 Oaths; Affidavit; Deposition or Proof
  • NJSA 3B:2-7 Issuance of Subpoenas by Surrogate
  • NJSA 3B:2-8 Penalty for Failure to Obey Subpoena
  • NJSA 3B:3-1 Person Competent to Make a Will and Appoint a Testamentary Guardian
  • NJSA 3B:3-11 Identifying Devise of Tangible Personal Property by Separate Writing
  • NJSA 3B:3-12 Acts and Events of Independent Significance
  • NJSA 3B:3-13 Revocation by Writing or by Act
  • NJSA 3B:3-14 Revocation of Probate and Non-Probate Transfers by Divorce or Annulment; Revival by Re-Marriage to Former Spouse
  • NJSA 3B:3-15 Revival of Revoked Will
  • NJSA 3B:3-16 Methods of Altering Will
  • NJSA 3B:3-17 Probate of Will and Grant of Letters
  • NJSA 3B:3-18 Necessity to Probate Will to Transfer Property or Nominate Executor
  • NJSA 3B:3-19 Proof Required to Probate Will
  • NJSA 3B:3-2 Execution; Witnessed Wills; Writings Intended as Wills
  • NJSA 3B:3-2.1 Creation, Maintenance of Will Registry; Fees
  • NJSA 3B:3-20 Probate of a Will of Testator Who Died in Military Service or Within 2 Years of Discharge
  • NJSA 3B:3-21 Probate of Will Where Witnesses Are in Service in Time of War
  • NJSA 3B:3-22 Time for Probate of Will; Preliminary Filing
  • NJSA 3B:3-23 Proof of Execution Required in Contested Probate Action
  • NJSA 3B:3-24 Where a Will of a Resident Is to Be Probated; Effect of Failure to Probate
  • NJSA 3B:3-25 Filing Probate Record with Surrogate of Any County
  • NJSA 3B:3-27 Recording of Will of Nonresident Probated in Another State or Country
  • NJSA 3B:3-28 Probate of Will of Nonresident Decedent Where Property Situated in New Jersey
  • NJSA 3B:3-28.1 Probate of Will of Nonresident Where Laws of Decedents Domicile Are Discriminatory
  • NJSA 3B:3-29 Order to Compel Production of Purported Will
  • NJSA 3B:3-3 Writing Intended as Will
  • NJSA 3B:3-30 Allowances by Superior Court to Spouse or Children Pending Contest over Probate of Will
  • NJSA 3B:3-31 Judgment for Probate; Conclusive Effect on Title to Real Property After 7 Years
  • NJSA 3B:3-32 Requirement of Survival by 120 Hours; Exceptions; Survivorship with Respect to Future Interests
  • NJSA 3B:3-33 Choice of Law as to Meaning and Effect of Wills; Testators Intention; Rules of Construction
  • NJSA 3B:3-33.1 Testators Intention; Settlors Intention; Rules of Construction Applicable to Wills, Trusts and Other Governing Instruments
  • NJSA 3B:3-34 Will Construed to Pass All Property of Testator Including After-Acquired Property
  • NJSA 3B:3-35 Anti-Lapse; Deceased Devisee; Class Gifts
  • NJSA 3B:3-36 Failure of Testamentary Provision; Residuary Devise to Two or More Residuary Devisees; Death of One or More Before Testator
  • NJSA 3B:3-37 Residuary Devise to Two or More Residuary Devisees; Death of One or More Before Testator
  • NJSA 3B:3-38 Construction of Words
  • NJSA 3B:3-39 Construction When Heirs and Assigns Omitted from Devise; Fee Passed
  • NJSA 3B:3-4 Making Will Self-Proved at Time of Execution
  • NJSA 3B:3-40 Words Importing Estate in Fee Not to Prevent Further Devise
  • NJSA 3B:3-41 Issue and Descendants to Take by Representation
  • NJSA 3B:3-42 Increase in Securities, Accessions
  • NJSA 3B:3-43 Nonademption of Specific Devise; Sale by or Payment of Condemnation Award or Insurance Proceeds to Guardian of Testator or Agent
  • NJSA 3B:3-44 Specific Devise; Right of Devisee After Sale, Condemnation, Casualty Loss or Foreclosure
  • NJSA 3B:3-45 Exercise of Power of Appointment
  • NJSA 3B:3-46 Ademption by Satisfaction
  • NJSA 3B:3-47 Penalty Clause for Contesting Will
  • NJSA 3B:3-48 Construction of Generic Terms Included in Class Gift Terminology
  • NJSA 3B:3-49 Effect of Final Order of Court of Another State Admitting Will to Probate or Determining Validity or Construction
  • NJSA 3B:3-5 Making Will Self-Proved Subsequent to Time of Execution
  • NJSA 3B:3-7 Who May Witness a Will
  • NJSA 3B:3-8 Will Not Invalidated If Signed by Interested Witness
  • NJSA 3B:3-9 Laws Determining Valid Execution of Will
  • NJSA 3B:4-1 Short Title: This Chapter Shall Be Known and May Be Cited as the New Jersey Testamentary Additions to Trusts Law
  • NJSA 3B:4-2 Devise to Trustee of Trust Created Other than by Testators Will
  • NJSA 3B:4-3 Devise Not Invalidated Because Trust Is Amendable or Revocable
  • NJSA 3B:4-4 Administration of Trust
  • NJSA 3B:4-5 Lapse of Devise
  • NJSA 3B:5-1 Requirement That Heir Survive Decedent by 120 Hours
  • NJSA 3B:5-10 Establishment of Parent-Child Relationship
  • NJSA 3B:5-11 Debt to Decedent
  • NJSA 3B:5-12 Aliens Not Disqualified; Individuals Related to Decedent Through Two Lines
  • NJSA 3B:5-13 Advancements
  • NJSA 3B:5-14 Tenancy in Common; Marriage and Domestic Partnership Settlements
  • NJSA 3B:5-15 Entitlement of Spouse or Domestic Partner; Premarital Will
  • NJSA 3B:5-16 Omitted Children
  • NJSA 3B:5-2 Intestate Estate
  • NJSA 3B:5-3 Intestate Share of Decedents Surviving Spouse or Domestic Partner
  • NJSA 3B:5-4 Intestate Shares of Heirs Other than Surviving Spouse or Domestic Partner
  • NJSA 3B:5-5.1 Diligent Inquiry by Fiduciary to Find Heirs
  • NJSA 3B:5-6 Determining Representation
  • NJSA 3B:5-7 Relatives of the Half Blood
  • NJSA 3B:5-8 After Born Heirs
  • NJSA 3B:5-9 Adopted Child
  • NJSA 3B:6-1 Short Title; This Chapter Shall Be Known and May Be Cited as the Uniform Simultaneous Death Law
  • NJSA 3B:6-2 Disposition of Property of Persons Dying Simultaneously
  • NJSA 3B:6-4 Division of Property, Joint Tenants or Tenants by the Entirety
  • NJSA 3B:6-5 Distribution of Proceeds of Life or Accident Policies
  • NJSA 3B:6-6 Chapter Not to Apply in Certain Cases
  • NJSA 3B:6-7 Construction and Interpretation
  • NJSA 3B:7-1.1 Effect of Intentional Killing on Intestate Succession, Wills, Trusts, Joint Assets, Life Insurance and Beneficiary Designations
  • NJSA 3B:7-1.2 Effect of Revocation
  • NJSA 3B:7-5 Other Acquisitions of Property by Decedents Killer
  • NJSA 3B:7-6 Effect of Final Judgment of Conviction
  • NJSA 3B:7-7 Rights of Purchasers; Protection of Payors and Other Third Parties
  • NJSA 3B:8-1 Elective Share of Surviving Spouse of Person Dying Domiciled in This State
  • NJSA 3B:8-10 Waiving Right to an Elective Share
  • NJSA 3B:8-11 Who May Exercise the Right to Take an Elective Share
  • NJSA 3B:8-13 Notice of Hearing
  • NJSA 3B:8-14 Withdrawal of Demand for an Elective Share
  • NJSA 3B:8-15 Fixing Amount of Elective Share; Payment of Elective Share
  • NJSA 3B:8-16 Enforcing Judgment
  • NJSA 3B:8-17 Value of Surviving Spouses or Domestic Partners Interest in Any Life Estate
  • NJSA 3B:8-18 Satisfaction of Elective Share
  • NJSA 3B:8-19 Persons Subject to Contribution
  • NJSA 3B:8-2 Elective Share of Surviving Spouse or Domestic Partner of Person Dying Not Domiciled in This State
  • NJSA 3B:8-3 Meaning of "Augmented Estate"
  • NJSA 3B:8-4 Valuing Property Transferred
  • NJSA 3B:8-5 Transfers Excluded
  • NJSA 3B:8-6 Other Property to Be Included in Augmented Estate
  • NJSA 3B:8-7 Property Derived from Decedent
  • NJSA 3B:8-8 Valuation of Property Derived from Decedent
  • NJSA 3B:8-9 Presumption as to Property Owned or Previously Transferred by Spouse or Domestic Partner at Decedents Death
  • NJSA 3B:9-1 Definitions
  • NJSA 3B:9-10 Binding Effect of Disclaimer or Waiver.
  • NJSA 3B:9-11Spendthrift Provision Not to Affect Right to Disclaim
  • NJSA 3B:9-12 Right to Disclaim, Etc;under Other Law Not Abridged.
  • NJSA 3B:9-13 Extension of Time to Disclaim Interest Existing
  • NJSA 3B:9-14 Federal Law
  • NJSA 3B:9-2 Disclaimer of an Interested Party
  • NJSA 3B:9-3 Requirements of a Disclaimer
  • NJSA 3B:9-4 Disclaimer by a Fiduciary of an Interest in Property
  • NJSA 3B:9-4.1 Disclaimer by a Fiduciary of a Power of Discretion
  • NJSA 3B:9-4.2 Time for Disclaiming
  • NJSA 3B:9-6 Delivering and Filing Disclaimer
  • NJSA 3B:9-7 Recording of Disclaimer Where Real Property
  • NJSA 3B:9-8 Effect of Disclaimer
  • NJSA 3B:9-9. Bar of Right to Disclaim
  • NJSA 46:2B-11. Authority of Agent in Power of Attorney
  • No Duty of Father to Pay for College When Daughter Wanted Nothing to do with Father Gac v. Gac 186 NJ 535 Decided May 18, 2006
  • No Will - Administration of Estate
  • No Will - Administration of Estate in New Jersey NJSA 3B:10-2
  • Nomination of Guardian for Adult
  • Nomination of Guardian for Estate and Person of a Minor Child
  • North Edison Library Wills, Estate Planning & Probate Semin
  • Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney
  • NSJA 3B:12-14. Consent of surviving parent; formal requisi
  • NSJA 3B:12B-21 Uniformity of application and construction.
  • NSJA 3B:13-11. Times for accounting
  • NSJA 3B:13-5. No charges to be made for copies of certain
  • Nuts & Bolts of Elder Law & Estate Seminar 2016
  • Nuts and Bolts of Elder Law & Estate Administration (2016) Book
  • Nuts and Bolts of Elder Law 2004 - Book - Photo
  • Nuts and Bolts of Elder Law and Estate Administration (2015)
  • Nuts and Bolts of Elder Law and Estate Administration (2016 Book
  • Nuts and Bolts of Elder Law and Estate Administration Book & Seminar 2010 with Tom Belgley
  • Nuts and Bolts of Elder Law Seminar, Books, CDs, and Audio Tapes Available - Kenneth Vercammen Is Co-Author, April 22, 2008
  • Nuts and Bolts of Elder Law, 2006 Session
  • Nuts and Bolts of Elder Law, 2007 Session
  • Nuts and Bolts of Elder Law, Thursday, May 11, 2006
  • Obtaining and Maintaining Living Wills and Health Care Proxies
  • Opinion 692 Retention of Closed Clients Files (Supplement)
  • Order to Show Cause in Probate
  • Organ and Tissue Donation
  • Photo: From Left to Right... Kenneth Vercammen, Esq., John Menzel, Esq., Prosecutor Norma Murgado, William Brigiani, Esq., Joshua Reinitz, Esq
  • Planning Considerations
  • Planning with Retirement Benefits
  • POLST Empowers Patients in Healthcare Decisions
  • Post Will Instructions to Clients
  • Post Will Instructions to Our Clients
  • Potential Clients can fill out form to be emailed to us
  • Power of Attorney
  • Power of Attorney and Estate Planning for Gay and Lesbian Couples - Provide for Your Loved Ones
  • Power of Attorney for Realtors and Real Estate Agents
  • Prenuptial Agreements to Protect Your Assets in Case of Divorce or Death
  • Prepaid Funerals in New Jersey to Reduce Funds Taken by Nursing Homes
  • Priority of Visitation Language
  • Probate and Estate Administration in New Jersey
  • Probate Answers
  • Probate Contests
  • Probate Inheritance Estate Interview
  • Probate Release & Refunding Bond
  • Probate Retainer Statement
  • Providing for Care of Pets in Last Will and Testament
  • Removal of a Personal Representative
  • Removing an Executor from an Estate
  • Removing the Administrator of an Estate
  • Resume of Kenneth Vercammen, Esq & Biography
  • Same-Sex Couples Estate Planning
  • Sayreville Wills, Estate Planning and Probate Seminar
  • Should You Avoid Probate?
  • Signing House to Children
  • State Laws Vary
  • Ten Estate Planning Ideas for Divorced or Separated Persons
  • Tenancy by entirety
  • Tenants By The Entirety
  • Termination of Domestic Partnership
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Elder Law 2002 Seminar
  • Trust Administration
  • Trusts
  • Trusts and Wills
  • Trusts to avoid probate and sometimes reduce NJ Estate Tax
  • Turning Property over to Children
  • Understanding the Will
  • Undue Influence as Defense to Will or Power of Attorney
  • Undue Influence by a Family Member
  • Uniform Premarital and Pre-Civil Union Agreement Act.
  • Uniform Probate Code 1-101
  • Update Wills and Estate Planning Seminar
  • Update Wills and Estate Planning Seminar Materials 2012
  • What a Will Does
  • What a Will Does Not Do
  • What Happens If You Die Without a Will?
  • What If I Move?
  • What is a Revocable Living Trust?
  • What Is a Surety Bond in a Estate Administration If No Will?
  • What Is Estate Planning?
  • What to Bring to a Probate Appointment
  • What to do When the Executor Does Not do Their Job- Hire Att
  • Who Receives Assets If No Will
  • Who Should Be Your Agent?
  • Why Have Health Directives?
  • Why Traditional Planning Fails Seniors: What You Can do To
  • Widows Rights
  • Will Appointments
  • Will Contest Interview Form
  • Will Format
  • Will My Power of Attorney Expire?
  • Will/Trust Inheritance Contests
  • Wills & Power of Attorney Seminar North Brunswick April 27 at 12:30
  • Wills & Power of Attorney Seminar Old Bridge Library
  • Wills & Power of Attorney Seminar Old Bridge Library
  • Wills & Power of Attorney Seminar South Brunswick Library
  • Wills & Power of Attorney Seminar for St. Thomas Seniors Old
  • Wills and Estate - in the Matter of the Estate of Sheldon Sommers (A-3417-08T3)
  • Wills and Estate Administration - Save Money and Provide for Your Loved Ones
  • Wills and Estate Administration - Why Everyone Should Have a Will
  • Wills and Estate Administration for the Small Firm Lawyer
  • Wills and Estate Planning
  • Wills and Estate Planning for Electrical Workers
  • Wills and Estate Planning for Opthalmic Dispensors
  • Wills and Legal Rights Seminars Available to Seniors and Community Groups
  • Wills and New Probate Law of NJ
  • Wills and Power of Attorney Program
  • Wills and Power of Attorney Seminars available
  • Wills Available for Members of Hyatt Legal Plan
  • Wills for Unmarried Women
  • Wills Provided to UBS/TER Technology/Chemtura/Anderol Inc. Employees Who Are Members of Hyatt Legal Plan
  • Wills, Children and Guardians
  • Wills, Estate Planning & Probate Seminar
  • Wills, Estate Planning & Probate Seminar
  • Wills, Estate Planning & Probate Seminar Sponsored by Jewi
  • Wills, Probate & Estates East Brunswick Library
  • Wills, Probate and Elder Law
  • Wills, Probate and Elder Law - Adult and Community Education Monday March 8, 2010 7 - 8:30 P.M
  • Wills, Probate and Power of Attorney Seminar
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    • 1. New Years Resolution - Put your Estate Planning in order
    • 10 Estate Planning Ideas
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    • 17:12B-82 Membership Trust Accounts
    • 17:12B-83. Applicability to Moneys Paid to Account by Trust
    • 17:12B-85. Rights of Beneficiary on Death of Fiduciary; Ef
    • 17B:24-6. Exemption of proceeds--life insurance
    • 2014 Update Wills and Estate Planning Seminar Materials
    • 2015 Update Wills and Estate Planning Seminar materials
    • 2016 update Wills and Estate Planning- Free Seminar June 15
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    • 26:2H-53 Advance Directive Act
    • 2A:17-56.23a Enforcement of child support orders
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    • 3B:13-21 Public guardian of veterans who are incapacitated
    • 3B:13-22 Guardians bond.
    • 3B:13-23 Salary of public guardian.
    • 3B:13-24 Duties of public guardian as adviser of other guar
    • 3B:13-25 Discharge and removal of public guardian.
    • 3B:13-26-28 Public guardian may be appointed general guardi
    • 3B:13-29 Termination of guardianship; settlement of account
    • 3B:13A-1-3 Definitions.
    • 3B:13A-10. Power of attorney; filing; contents
    • 3B:13A-13. Bond
    • 3B:13A-16 Limitations on appointment of conservator
    • 3B:13A-19. Recommendations to be considered by conservator
    • 3B:13A-22. Persons to whom funds may be paid
    • 3B:13A-25. Formal accounting
    • 3B:13A-28. Personal liability of conservator on contracts
    • 3B:13A-31. Determining issues of liability between estate
    • 3B:13A-34 Termination of conservatorship.
    • 3B:13A-4. Conservatee to be present at hearing; court order
    • 3B:13A-7. Right of persons to be heard
    • 3B:14-1. Survivorship and succession among cofiduciaries;
    • 3B:14-10. Cofiduciaries; terms of instrument
    • 3B:14-13. Reinstatement of original fiduciary
    • 3B:14-16. Commissions; apportionment
    • 3B:14-18. Discharge from office of fiduciary; account;
    • 3B:14-19. Discharge from particular trust; effect
    • 3B:14-2. Appointment of substituted fiduciary in place
    • 3B:14-21 Removal for cause.
    • 3B:14-22. Discharge or removal not to release fiduciary
    • 3B:14-23 Powers.
    • 3B:14-24 Authorization to exercise other powers.
    • 3B:14-25. Payment of debt or delivery of certain personal
    • 3B:14-26. Release upon payment or delivery in good faith
    • 3B:14-27. When payment or delivery may not be made
    • 3B:14-3. Powers and duties of substituted fiduciary
    • 3B:14-31. Personal liability of fiduciary on contracts
    • 3B:14-32. Personal liability for obligations arising
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    • 3B:14-35 Liability of fiduciary for improper exercise
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    • 3B:14-36. Voidable sales, encumbrances or transactions; ex
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    • 3B:14-38. Actions by fiduciaries
    • 3B:14-4. Actions of succeeding or substituted fiduciary
    • 3B:14-41. Actions against fiduciaries; proof of proper adm
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    • 3B:14-46. Process defined
    • 3B:14-5. Removed or discharged fiduciary to deliver assets
    • 3B:14-52. Uniform Fiduciaries Law.
    • 3B:14-56. Deposit in name of fiduciary; checks;
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      Since 1985, KENNETH VERCAMMEN has worked as a personal injury attorney, working for injury victims and their families. By taking a hard-hitting, aggressive approach toward the insurance companies, KENNETH VERCAMMEN and our co-counsel have consistently obtained outstanding results for many injured clients over the years I am proud to have worked on cases in various capacities, small and large. While obviously prior results cannot guarantee the outcome of future cases, I can guarantee that you case will receive the same degree of dedication and hard work that went into each of these prior cases.

      In direct contrast to the hard-hitting approach we take toward the insurance companies is the soft approach we take toward our clients. I am proud of my compassionate staff as I am of the outstanding financial results they have achieved. For many years, I have watched them treat our clients with patience, dignity and respect. I would have it no other way.

      Many years ago, I attended a seminar sponsored by the American Bar Association on Law Practice Management. This was to help insure that each of our clients is always treated like a person -- not a file! We recognize that you are innocent victims and that you have placed your trust in us. Please understand that we understand what you are going through. Feel comforted that we are here to help you.

      If you retain KENNETH VERCAMMEN to represent you, we will give you the same advice we give each of our clients -- concentrate on your life, you family and your health. We will take care of everything else. Leave all of the work and worry about your legal rights to us. Trust us. Believe in us. Have faith in us as your attorneys. Understand that we will always to do what we believe is best for you and your case. Helping you is our job. In fact, it is our only job -- guiding injury victims like you through one of the most difficult times of your lives, with care and concern -- while fighting aggressively to the limits of the law to obtain compensation and justice for each of you!

      Print our Personal Injury Questionnaire on our Website, Fill it out and Fax back, so we can determine if we can help you obtain an injury settlement. We would welcome an opportunity to prove to you what we have proven to thousands of injured clients -- that you can feel comfortable and secure in the fact that KENNETH VERCAMMEN - Trial Attorney We Fight To Win.

      When you have been injured in an accident or collision, you are worried about who is going to pay your medical bills, lost wages, and other damages. The last thing you want is to be taken advantage of by an insurance company. If you dont protect your rights, you may not be able to make a claim.

      Insurance companies have attorneys and adjusters whose goal is to pay you as little as they can. You need a New Jersey personal injury lawyer to fight for you. I am dedicated to helping your recover as much money as possible under the law.

      You need an attorney who will work hard to protect your rights, maximize your insurance settlement and minimize the hassles of dealing with the insurance companies. You need an experienced and aggressive New Jersey trial lawyer with PROVEN RESULTS who will fight for you. Having an experienced personal injury lawyer can make the difference between getting what you deserve and getting nothing.

      Without the threat of a lawyer who is willing to go to trial and seek a big jury verdict, why would an insurance company pay you what your claim is really worth? Lawsuits can be expensive, and many people do not have the money to pursue their claim. In every case, I advance all costs associated with pursuing your case and I do not ask you for a penny until we recover from the other side.

      I am an experienced aggressive trial lawyer and a 3rd degree Black Belt. I am not afraid to take your case to trial if that is what it takes to maximize the amount of money your recover for your personal injury. I offer one-on-one service, and I will not hand your case off to an inexperienced lawyer or a paralegal.

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      p.s. For those clients who are afraid or reluctant to go to Court, KENNETH VERCAMMEN also offers a special -- For Settlement Only -- program. This means that if we are unable to settle with the insurance company, we will not go any further -- unless you want us to. You have my personal assurance that there will be absolutely no pressure and no obligation.

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      Mr. Vercammen has published over 125 legal articles in national and New Jersey publications on criminal, elder law, probate and litigation topics. He is a highly regarded lecturer on litigation issues for the American Bar Association, NJ ICLE, New Jersey State Bar Association and Middlesex County Bar Association. His articles have been published in noted publications included New Jersey Law Journal, ABA Law Practice Management Magazine, and New Jersey Lawyer. He is the Editor in Chief of the American Bar Association Tort and Insurance Committee Newsletter.

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      Kenneth Vercammen was the Middlesex County Bar Municipal Court Attorney of the Year

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      Meet with an experienced Attorney to handle your important legal needs.
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      Since 1985, KENNETH VERCAMMEN has worked as a personal injury attorney, working for injury victims and their families. By taking a hard-hitting, aggressive approach toward the insurance companies, KENNETH VERCAMMEN and our co-counsel have consistently obtained outstanding results for many injured clients over the years I am proud to have worked on cases in various capacities, small and large. While obviously prior results cannot guarantee the outcome of future cases, I can guarantee that you case will receive the same degree of dedication and hard work that went into each of these prior cases.

      In direct contrast to the hard-hitting approach we take toward the insurance companies is the soft approach we take toward our clients. I am proud of my compassionate staff as I am of the outstanding financial results they have achieved. For many years, I have watched them treat our clients with patience, dignity and respect. I would have it no other way.

      Many years ago, I attended a seminar sponsored by the American Bar Association on Law Practice Management. This was to help insure that each of our clients is always treated like a person -- not a file! We recognize that you are innocent victims and that you have placed your trust in us. Please understand that we understand what you are going through. Feel comforted that we are here to help you.

      If you retain KENNETH VERCAMMEN to represent you, we will give you the same advice we give each of our clients -- concentrate on your life, you family and your health. We will take care of everything else. Leave all of the work and worry about your legal rights to us. Trust us. Believe in us. Have faith in us as your attorneys. Understand that we will always to do what we believe is best for you and your case. Helping you is our job. In fact, it is our only job -- guiding injury victims like you through one of the most difficult times of your lives, with care and concern -- while fighting aggressively to the limits of the law to obtain compensation and justice for each of you!

      Print our Personal Injury Questionnaire on our Website, Fill it out and Fax back, so we can determine if we can help you obtain an injury settlement. We would welcome an opportunity to prove to you what we have proven to thousands of injured clients -- that you can feel comfortable and secure in the fact that KENNETH VERCAMMEN - Trial Attorney We Fight To Win.

      When you have been injured in an accident or collision, you are worried about who is going to pay your medical bills, lost wages, and other damages. The last thing you want is to be taken advantage of by an insurance company. If you dont protect your rights, you may not be able to make a claim.

      Insurance companies have attorneys and adjusters whose goal is to pay you as little as they can. You need a New Jersey personal injury lawyer to fight for you. I am dedicated to helping your recover as much money as possible under the law.

      You need an attorney who will work hard to protect your rights, maximize your insurance settlement and minimize the hassles of dealing with the insurance companies. You need an experienced and aggressive New Jersey trial lawyer with PROVEN RESULTS who will fight for you. Having an experienced personal injury lawyer can make the difference between getting what you deserve and getting nothing.

      Without the threat of a lawyer who is willing to go to trial and seek a big jury verdict, why would an insurance company pay you what your claim is really worth? Lawsuits can be expensive, and many people do not have the money to pursue their claim. In every case, I advance all costs associated with pursuing your case and I do not ask you for a penny until we recover from the other side.

      I am an experienced aggressive trial lawyer and a 3rd degree Black Belt. I am not afraid to take your case to trial if that is what it takes to maximize the amount of money your recover for your personal injury. I offer one-on-one service, and I will not hand your case off to an inexperienced lawyer or a paralegal.

      Reduce the stress of making a claim.

      Personal injury accidents can turn your life upside down. Making a personal injury claim can be difficult and time consuming. Once I take your case, you can stop worrying about dealing with the insurance companies and focus on recovering from your injuries. I take care of all of the paperwork, phone calls, and negotiations, so you can get on with your life.

      p.s. For those clients who are afraid or reluctant to go to Court, KENNETH VERCAMMEN also offers a special -- For Settlement Only -- program. This means that if we are unable to settle with the insurance company, we will not go any further -- unless you want us to. You have my personal assurance that there will be absolutely no pressure and no obligation.

      We handle personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis.

      This means:
      YOU DONT OWE ME A LEGAL FEE UNLESS I RECOVER MONEY FOR YOU.

      Call our office to schedule a "confidential" appointment 732-572-0500

      Kenneth A. Vercammen is the Managing Attorney at Kenneth Vercammen & Associates in Edison, NJ. He is a New Jersey trial attorney has devoted a substantial portion of his professional time to the preparation and trial of litigated matters. He has appeared in Courts throughout New Jersey each week on personal injury matters, Criminal /Municipal Court trials, and contested Probate hearings.

      Mr. Vercammen has published over 125 legal articles in national and New Jersey publications on criminal, elder law, probate and litigation topics. He is a highly regarded lecturer on litigation issues for the American Bar Association, NJ ICLE, New Jersey State Bar Association and Middlesex County Bar Association. His articles have been published in noted publications included New Jersey Law Journal, ABA Law Practice Management Magazine, and New Jersey Lawyer. He is the Editor in Chief of the American Bar Association Tort and Insurance Committee Newsletter.

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