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Attend the Medicare and Medicaid 101 Seminar on August 18!

Medicare versus Medicaid Save the Date! On August 18, 2021 (Wednesday), listen to Robert J. Shanahan, Jr., Elder Law Attorney of Shanahan & Voigt, LLC, explain the basics of and the differences between Medicare and Medicaid. Program Details Registration starts at 11:30 AM at the Ann Van Middlesworth Park Pavilion


Legal Secretary (FULL TIME) Hunterdon County, New Jersey attorney seeks a full-time legal secretary.  Position combines legal administration and secretarial support on client matters. An ideal candidate will be a friendly, team-player who can provide proactive, quality assistance in support of the attorney’s legal work, projects, and marketing objectives.  Must

Executors and Financial Privacy Barriers

One of the more challenging problems faced by an executor of an estate, or, by any fiduciary, is the security barriers set in place by banks and other financial institutions to obtain information and accounts.  Many executors rightly complain that every bank, every financial firm, and every life insurance

Guardianship Abuse-“I Care A Lot”-But Not in New Jersey

Netflix has rolled out a new program called,  I Care A Lot. It portrays a woman who misuses the court system to prey on the elderly, place them in institutions and steal their assets. Here is a good article about it, and the problem it portrays. Reports of the

FAQs on Wills

Some Frequently Asked Questions About Wills During the course of drafting Wills for clients, there are common questions asked of me about various options and clauses which can be or are included, in the first draft. Here are a few:  Common Disaster     I am often asked, “What happens

Bob Shanahan 2021 Super Lawyer

BOB SHANAHAN NAMED TO 2021 SUPER LAWYERS LIST Our Partner, Bob Shanahan, has been selected to the 2021 New Jersey Super Lawyers list. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor.

What To Do When Someone Dies

I often receive calls from people who have just lost a loved one and want to know what to do. Often, these calls occur within two days of the event, and the callers are either “shell-shocked” or, understandably, upset.  They are very worried about how to pay bills, probate the

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