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A Look Into 2021

The Law Office of Barry E. Janay, P.C. (“LOBEJ”) represents and counsels small to medium-sized businesses, individuals, and families in matters relating to estate planning, business law, wills, trusts, probate, real estate, and much more. With the recent growth and

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Problem Solving: The Law Office of Barry E. Janay, P.C. provides unique solutions tailored to meet its client’s needs. One size fits all is not the way that the Legal industry should be, unfortunately that’s the way too many lawyer’s

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Since its inception, The Law Office of Barry E. Janay, P.C. has been committed to meeting the goals and objectives of its clients. Our firm does not make promises of settlements or of winning, because frankly not every case is

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Your Matter Matters Most… At The Law Office of Barry E. Janay, P.C. we will not rest easy unless we know that we have done the best possible job for our clients. Our loyalty is indivisible. Snyder & Janay arrive

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The Law Office of Barry E. Janay, P.C. believes that the legal profession is a noble one and as members of the legal profession it is our duty to uphold the ethical values that are at its core. One basic

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Elder Care Law

Your mortality is not something you want to think about. However, you should put your affairs in order while you are still healthy and lucid. Estate law involves the division and distribution of your assets after your death. You can

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Why Having A Will Is Important

Wills are an important topic in estate law NJ and elder law NJ. A will states how a person’s property will be distributed after they die. It also states who will be the executor of the will. Additionally, it can

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How To Choose An Estate Sale Company

Oftentimes when an elderly person dies or moves out of their home, they no longer have the need for many items they own. As a result, the law states families should sell these items to help pay expenses associated with

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The High Cost of Dying

Many people think about the high cost of health care and living, but most don’t think about the high cost of health care and dying. It’s not uncommon for hospital costs to run more than half a million dollars for

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Budgeting Tips For Elderly Care

1. Long-term personal budgeting It’s essential that whenever one is planning long-term savings, he or she should include his or her parents in the savings. It is vital to decide how much you want to save for the needs of

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Elder Care and Estate Law

Estate planning is the best way to ensure there is no confusion on how you wish your property to be distributed after you have departed. It is part of elder care law, which encompasses government benefits, guardianship, and care coordination

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Elder Care Law: Medicare v. Medicaid

Before we dive into the ins-and-outs of the “look-back period,” let’s discuss the difference between Medicare and Medicaid. People frequently conflate the two. So to dispel any confusion: Medicare is a payroll entitlement program for which most retirees aged 65

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Elder Care and Estate Planning

While it may be uncomfortable to think about the inevitable prospect of one’s own aging and death, failure to do so could have dire consequences for the families of those who have died before finalizing a will or a plan

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