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Sometimes, HOW one deals with administrators who handle service requests can make a difference in what services they receive and how soon. Here are 5 tips that can help smooth your course as you deal with your state’s disability services agency.

Hinkle, Fingles & Prior presented with The Family Support Center of New Jersey’s Community Partner Award.

This article provides a thumbnail sketch of standard elder law basics with additional points that apply to parents of a person with a significant disability

By Herbert D. Hinkle, Esq. and S. Paul Prior, Esq. Parents who are court-appointed guardians of an adult child with a disability can pass on guardianship through their wills (in the event of death) and through a power of attorney (in the event of incapacity). However, a growing number of parents are electing to seek […]

by Herbert D. Hinkle, Esq. New Jersey recently enacted a new guardianship law. The new law creates three types of guardians: a general guardian, a limited guardian, and a temporary guardian. A general guardian is appointed if the individual is incapacitated, meaning that the individual is without the ability to govern himself or manage his […]

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