Assets Belonging To Incompetent Medicaid Recipient Discovered By Children Who Had Power Of Attorney Held Countable read more →

Fed court in New Orleans awards 7 Virginia families $2.6M damages for homes ruined by sulfur-emitting Chinese drywall. read more →

New publication by Civil Rights Division of DOJ outlines rights of returning veterans with disabilities under the ADA. read more →

New report shows that a lack of financial security is the fearful reality for a large percentage of LGBT older adults. read more →

Appeals ct reverses attys fee award to Medicaid applicant wrongly denied benefits & removed from facility for non-paymt read more →

Fed ct permanently enjoins NJ imposing ‘never ending” penalty for gifts made by applicants for Medicaid waiver benefits read more →

American Assn of Life Underwriters recent report finds “uncertainty remains in the Senate” concerning estate tax reform read more →

Rutgers Poll finds 48% of NJ residents support the new health care law, 40% oppose it and 12% are undecided. read more →

My article on the effect of financial exploitation on elder’s eligibility for Medicaid published in the NAELA Journal. read more →

N. Carolina Bar is first to consider an ethics opinion on cloud-computing or web-based services in legal profession. read more →

“Flash mob” in South Orange, NJ prompt police to monitor text messages,Twitter and Facebook to prevent future violence. read more →

Checklist of common early warning signs indicating your child falls somewhere on the autism spectrum. read more →

NJ Sup Ct Widens Cleric-Penitent Privilege-Includes Statements an “objectively reasonable” person believes confidential read more →

Dissent Calls Majority Opinion “Indefensible”, Creating A “Kafkaeque Adjudicatory Process” For Disabled Veterans. read more →

NJ lags behind most states in processing Social Security Disability claims, taking 16 months before holding a hearing. read more →

Adults with autism-related disabilities are challenged in areas of social life, employment, housing, and health care. read more →

Reality of life for many adults with autism-related disabilities: they live alone,have no job,and limited social life. read more →

Social Security’s newest service-an online application for Medicare for those who want to delay filing for retirement. read more →

2010 is the 10th Anniversary of my receipt of an AV Preeminent Rating, the highest available, from Martindale-Hubble. read more →

For information on the collaborative divorce process in New Jersey, visit read more →

Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims dismisses two cases/week filed by disabled vets due to missed deadlines. read more →

Check this website to determine if your attorney, agent, or veterans service organization is accredited by the VA. read more →