Topic: Estate & Trust Administration

Protecting the Family-Owned Business

By: Thomas D. Begley, III, Esq. The most important asset for many individuals and families is their business.  Whether it is a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability or corporation, it represents not just its present economic worth, but a reflection of substantial personal and emotional effort in developing the venture into the success it has […]

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Covering the Bases for Children with Special Needs

By Thomas D. Begley, III Planning for children with special needs is a complicated undertaking. In addition to ensuring that an inheritance with minimal exposure is left to these children, and overcoming the customary obstacles of death taxes and unnecessary probate costs, parents have to guarantee that personal and financial objectives are met as well. In […]

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Special Situations in Estate Administration

Over the past decade, the laws effecting the administration of an estate have become more complex.  As part of a blue ribbon panel, Tom Begley will discuss how to address deficiencies in Wills, as well as beneficiary designations of retirement and insurance assets with techniques ranging from reformation to substantial compliance.

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Capehart Scatchard Attorney Speaks on Estate Planning for Special Needs Children

Mt. Laurel, NJ – Capehart Scatchard Shareholder Yasmeen S. Khaleel recently spoke at the “Estate Planning Strategies Regarding Children” seminar sponsored by NJ ICLE.  The seminar took place at the Borgata in Atlantic City, N.J. Ms. Khaleel spoke on special needs children and issues related to divorce, guardianships and trustees.   Her presentation focused on proper […]

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