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Kenneth Albert Vercammen

Kenneth Vercammen’s Legal Guides

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  • Wils & Estate Planning in NJ

    WILLS AND ESTATE PLANNING "SAVE MONEY AND PROVIDE FOR YOUR LOVED ONES " By Kenneth A. Vercammen, Esq. IF YOU HAVE NO WILL: If you leave no Will or your Will is declared invalid because it was

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  • Appeal of Criminal Conviction in NJ

    A formal notice of appeal must be filed with the Clerk of the Superior Court within 45 days of judgment (sentencing decision by the Judge). your attorney will be required to file a notice of appeal,

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  • Terroristic Threats

    2C:12-3. Terroristic threats a. A person is guilty of a crime of the third degree if he threatens to commit any crime of violence with purpose to terrorize another or to cause evacuation of a building

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  • Duty of Executor of Probate Estate

    Other upcoming duties/ Executor to Do Bring Will to Surrogate Apply to Federal Tax ID # Set up Estate Account at bank (pay all bills from estate account) Pay Bills Notice of Probate to

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  • Liability for Snow and Ice Fall Downs

    Liability of Malls, stores, restaurants & hotels for fall downs on Snow and Ice and injury claims The NJ law imposes upon the owner of commercial or business property the duty to use reasonable care t

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  • Liability due to Snow and Ice Accumulation

    1. Liability Injury due to Snow and Ice Accumulation and Other Dangerous Conditions in Abutting Sidewalks. 1. Liability of Owner of Commercial Property for Defects, Snow and Ice Accumulation and Othe

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  • E462 1. News 12 NJ TV interviews Ken Vercammen on Breach of Contract and failure of wedding hall to

    1. News 12 NJ TV interviews Ken Vercammen on Breach of Contract and failure of wedding hall to refund deposit. 2. Star Ledger interviews Ken Vercammen regarding Yankees and A-Rod contract. 3. Recent

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  • 2015 Update Wills and Estate Planning

    2015 update Wills and Estate Planning Seminar By Kenneth Vercammen 1. Federal Estate Tax exemption increased to $5,430,000 in 2015 so no Federal Estate Tax. However, New Jersey taxes estates over

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  • NJ Senate approves change to DWI Law and require interlock machine on car

    NJ Senate approves change to DWI Law and require interlock machine on car but permit DWI defendants to drive after having the machine installed.NJ Senate on February 5 voted 29-4 to change the DWI Law

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  • 39:4-144 Stopping or yielding right of way before entering stop or yield intersections

    39:4-144 Stopping or yielding right of way before entering stop or yield intersections.39:4-144. No driver of a vehicle or street car shall enter upon or cross an intersecting street marked with a "

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