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Intestate Succession: the Order of Inheritatance When There is No Will

Trusts & Estates Tuesday, July 18, 2023

Inheritance and succession laws dictate the distribution of an individual’s assets when they die without a will, also known as dying intestate. Each state in the United States sets its...

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The Holographic Will of the Queen of Soul

Trusts & Estates Wednesday, July 12, 2023

The family thought that singer Aretha Franklin had died in 2018 with no will.  Then, months after her death a handwritten document was found in a notebook under a couch...

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5 Keys to Making Adaptive Reuse a Success in Redevelopment

Environmental Law Land Use & Zoning Defense Land Use Law Real Estate Law Uncategorized On behalf of Weiner Law Group LLP Tuesday, July 11, 2023

As work from home trends continue and the need for housing also grows, adaptive reuse is a tool of which developers and municipalities are taking full advantage. Adaptive reuse is...

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Renowned White Collar Criminal Defense Attorney Jay Surgent Joins the Criminal Defense Team Representing Reality Stars, Todd and Julie Chrisley

Criminal Law Jay Surgent litigation Uncategorized White Collar Criminal Defense On behalf of Weiner Law Group LLP Tuesday, July 11, 2023

Renowned criminal defense attorney Jay Surgent from the Weiner Law Group headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey announced today that he and a team of lawyers within his firm are joining the legal...

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Westminster College Faculty May Pursue Claim Based on Charitable Trust

litigation Trusts & Estates Friday, July 7, 2023

The students of Westminster Choir College and its former faculty can proceed with their claims against Rider College as the trustee for a trust holding the Princeton property where the...

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