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Elizabeth Walsh Kreger, a Shareholder an Chair of the Estate Planning Group, concentrates her practice in trusts and estates, estate planning, family dispute resolution, estate administration, guardianships and elder law. Ms. Kreger has over twenty years experience assisting individuals to plan for and navigate the complex legal, tax, business, and health care decisions surrounding estate plans.


It is an issue that most of us will be confronted with at some point in the future; how best to care for an aging loved one. People commonly think a Power of Attorney is the only method by which to manage another person’s affairs who may no longer be competent to do. There are other forms of protective arrangements, however, under New Jersey Law which provides a person who is to serve in a fiduciary role with substantial latitude to provide care for their loved one. These arrangements differ in nature as to the scope of the supervisory role.
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Estate of F.K. V. Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services – On January 4, 2005, the appellate court ruled that a state regulation capping the amount of funds that a Medicaid applicant may use to purchase a commercial annuity contravenes federal law.
Continue Reading Appellate Court Strikes Down Two State Regulations Relating To Annuities For Medicaid Planning