Legal Updates

Government Sets Obstacle for the Disabled

Earlier this year, the Social Security Administration released a substantial revision to its Program Operations Manual System (POMS) which has a dramatic impact upon those who are classified as disabled and receive needs based government benefits such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Medicaid and Section 8 Housing.  Specifically, POMS SI 01120.201 has been modified to […]

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Unexecuted Will Admitted to Probate

Capehart Scatchard’s Thomas D. Begley, III obtained a significant decision in the Superior Court of New Jersey when he successfully argued that an unexecuted Will of a Burlington County resident be admitted to probated. In February 2012, SalvatoreVarsaci consulted with an attorney to revise his Will.  The Will was drafted and sent to him for […]

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Appellate Court Discusses Rambo – No, Not the Movie

A recent Appellate Division case tells an interesting tale of human tragedy, mixing in criminal and estate administration law.  Roy Rambo graduated from dental school in 1977.  Along with his wife, Linda, a dental hygienist, he established a dental practice in Warren County.  Apparently, the practice did fairly well, since they amassed joint assets of […]

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