Digital Fiduciary Act: What You Need to Know About NJ’s New Law

Gov. Chris Christie recently signed legislation granting fiduciary heirs the right to access a decedent’s digital assets. Officially named the Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (UFADAA), the newly enacted bill passed both houses with no opposition. Continue reading

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Could Wills One Day Go Paperless?

Technology is changing every aspect of our lives, and the writing of a will seems to be following suit. A recent article in the New Jersey Law Journal chronicles the evolution of will requirements in recent years, uncovering a steady shift toward the acceptance of digital writings and signatures. Continue reading

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Insight into Guardian Exploitation

Great article by Susan B. Garland from the New York Times on guardianship exploitation. Continue reading

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What’s the Status of the Healthcare debate in Washington?

Stay up to date with what’s going on in Washington as the Senate looks to move forward on healthcare. Continue reading

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Kathleen Moriarty to Serve Third Term as President of Somebody C.A.R.E.S. Foundation for 2017

KVDM elder law attorney, Kathleen C. Moriarty, Esq., was re-elected president of Somebody C.A.R.E.S. Foundation, Inc. for 2017, marking her third term leading the Whiting, N.J.-based non-profit organization.
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