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Kenneth Albert Vercammen

Kenneth Vercammen’s Legal Guides

481 total


  • Wills and Estate Planning for Gynecologists

    Wills and Estate Planning for Gynecologists Wills and Estate Planning for Gynecologists Where there’s No Will If you do not write a Will, the State has already written one for you. Your as

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  • What is Probate?

    What is Probate? What is Probate? by Kenneth A. Vercammen, Esq. Probate is the process where after death the instructions of the Will are carried out. Will is admitted to “Probate” in the County Su

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  • Defense of Domestic Violence Charges and Related Criminal Charges

    Even during the evening, your town Municipal Court or Superior Court can issue a Restraining Order which is a legally enforceable document. Even during the evening, your town Municipal Court or Super

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  • Resisting Arrest - Flight Alleged (N.J.S.A. 2c:29-2a)

    Resisting Arrest - Flight Alleged (N.J.S.A. 2c:29-2a)A person is guilty ... if he, by flight,1 purposely prevents or attempts to prevent a law enforcement officer from effecting an arrest . . . [and uses or threatens to use physical force or violence against the law enforcement o...

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  • Changes to Estate Administration Law

    The new Probate Law and court decisions made a number of substantial changes in Probate and the administration of estates and trusts in New Jersey.1. Recent cases suspicious circumstancesPreparation of Wills When there is a confidential relationship coupled with suspicious circu...

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  • Probate of a Will

    What is Probate?Probate is the process where after death the instructions of the Will are carried out. Will is admitted to Probate in the County Surrogate. Some people refer to the Surrogate as the Will Clerk. Upon the death of the testator or testatrix (maker of the Will), the p...

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  • Irrevocable trusts to avoid Medicaid and nursing home liens

    REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST A Revocable Living Trust is a legal device that allows you to maintain complete control over your assets and AVOIDS PROBATE. Because there is no probate of a Living Trust, your private financial matters remain private, there are no probate costs, no long...

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  • What Is a Power of Attorney?

    What are these powers of attorney?A Power of Attorney is a written document in which a competent adult individual (the "principal") appoints another competent adult individual (the "attorney-in-fact") to act on the principal's behalf. In general, an attorney-in-fact may perform a...

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  • Worker's Compensation - Recovery for Injuries on the Job

    When the Workers' Compensation Act was passed many years ago it was probably the first true "no fault" law in this State. With some very narrow exceptions, the question of negligence (fault) is not an issue if a worker is hurt on the job. Whether or not the employer is at fault h...

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  • What to Do If in an Accident.

    WHAT TO DO IN A CAR ACCIDENT- At The Accident Scene1. Stop . . . do not leave the scene of the accidentCALL THE POLICE, tell them where the accident occurred and ask for medical help if needed.2. Get names, addresses, and license numbers of all drivers involved.3. Get descriptio...

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