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Tools for Meeting Life’s Challenges Seminar

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Thomas D. Begley Jr. of Begley Law Group will be presenting at the 2017 Tools for Meeting Life’s Challenges Seminar on November 18th. A free informational seminar on the critical medical, legal, nursing and funding issues that face the families if children with cerebral palsy or catastrophic physical disabilities.   Sheet Metal Workers Local Union #19 Hall 1301 S. Columbus Boulevard Philadelphia, PA  19147   To Register call: 1-888-977-5500 or visit toolsmlc.org.  

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THE IMPACT OF FUNDRAISERS ON BENEFICIARIES WITH DISABILITIES

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by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., CELA   Crisis and Kindness In times of crisis, people often show just how caring humanity can be. Major humanitarian relief efforts respond to large-scale natural and unnatural disasters. Strangers donate time and money to individuals injured in tragic accidents. Often, the first instinct upon learning that someone is hurt is to give money. Unfortunately, unbeknownst to the donor, this kind and selfless act can have devastating ramifications for the injured individual and his or her family. If the injured individual or a family member is receiving means-tested government benefits, such as SSI or Medicaid, […]

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MODIFYING AN IRREVOCABLE TRUST

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by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., CELA Introduction Frequently, clients have established irrevocable trusts that they would like to modify or terminate. Historically, in New Jersey this has meant that a court order was required. This was a somewhat time-consuming and expensive process for the clients and the adoption by New Jersey of the Uniform Trust Code has greatly simplified the process. There are two ways an irrevocable trust can be modified. One through a court order, and the other through consent of the parties using a Non-Judicial Settlement Agreement (NJSA). Court Approval Where court approval is obtained, the process is […]

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