Long-Term Care Commission Issues “Call to Action”
Long-Term Care Commission Issues “Call to Action”

On September 20, 2013 the federal Commission on Long-Tem Care issued a “Call to Action” in its report to Congress.  Noting that over 12 million Americans currently rely on some f...

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Aging in Place By Design
Aging in Place By Design

Planning to Age in Place:  Should You Consider Home Modification? Americans are living longer and overwhelmingly wish to stay in their own homes as long as possible.  At the same tim...

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Long Term Care Options
Long Term Care Options

Although many of us would rather not think about needing long-term care, the federal government website http://longtermcare.gov/ notes that 70% of people turning age 65 can expect to use som...

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Key Questions For Organizational Documents
Key Questions For Organizational Documents

As noted previously, the first step in setting up a new company, registering it with the state, may not seem so hard.  The form is very short.  In New Jersey it can be completed and submitte...

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SEC Proposes Rules for “Crowdfunding”
SEC Proposes Rules for “Crowdfunding”

In these days of Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and large numbers of contacts it may seem natural to use this means to publicize your business launch and perhaps invite investment.  Beware!...

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What Kind of Company Do I Need? Can I Do It Myself?
What Kind of Company Do I Need? Can I Do It Myself?

When launching a small business, most people are not sure whether they need to form a company or not – and if so, should they form a corporation, or use another form such as an LLC.  T...

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New Jersey’s Revised LLC Act Makes Dramatic Changes
New Jersey’s Revised LLC Act Makes Dramatic Changes

There are some dramatic changes to the way LLC agreements are interpreted and enforced under the Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (the “Revised Act”), which became effective i...

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Pros & Cons of Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Clauses
Pros & Cons of Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Clauses

There are pros and cons to arbitration and alternative dispute resolution clauses, which are prevalent in contracts of all descriptions.  Both processes are intended to provide a less costly and...

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