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Court Bonds 08.31.2020

What You Need to Know About New York Surrogate’s Court Bonds

Individuals chosen to be fiduciaries, administrators, and executors within the Empire State are typically required to post a surety bond. Surrogate’s courts require fiduciaries to obtain such a bond to safeguard the interests and affairs of the…
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What You Need to Know About New York Surrogate’s Court Bonds
Court Bonds 06.05.2020

Long Island Courts Begin Phased-in Opening Process

On Tuesday, May 26, courts across Long Island resumed operations for the first time since the COVID-19 shutdown. Starting on Wednesday, May 27th, counties like Dutchess, Putnam, Rockland, Orange, and Westchester enacted a gradual phased-in…
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Long Island Courts Begin Phased-in Opening Process
Court Bonds 05.26.2020

Courts Soon to Reopen from COVID-19 Restrictions

Courtrooms across the country are inching closer and closer towards opening their doors as coronavirus restrictions begin to be lifted. Places like Southern California, whose courthouse maneuvers have been paused to slow the spread of…
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Courts Soon to Reopen from COVID-19 Restrictions
Court Bonds 04.15.2020

Supreme Court Relaxes Rule 4-86 Guardianship of Incapacitated Adults

The Supreme Court for the State of New Jersey just announced it is temporarily modifying the process of seeking an adjustment of incapacity of an adult and appointment of a guardian of a person or…
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Supreme Court Relaxes Rule 4-86 Guardianship of Incapacitated Adults
Court Bonds 02.14.2020

What is a Court Bond and How Do You Get One?

Court bonds are surety bonds required to pursue an action in a court of law. The term “court bond” is actually an umbrella term encompassing a multitude of different bonds found in the court system….
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What is a Court Bond and How Do You Get One?
Court Bonds 08.22.2019

Conservator Sentenced to Four Years in Prison for Violating Duty

Becoming a conservator to assist with the financial needs of a minor, elderly, or disabled person can be a rewarding task as you can be the person who helps that person get by when they…
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Conservator Sentenced to Four Years in Prison for Violating Duty
Court Bonds 07.02.2019

Conservatorship of an Adult

The court appoints a conservator when a person can no longer make financial or healthcare decisions. A conservator can be responsible for the daily care of a disabled person. For example, administer medication, take the…
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Conservatorship of an Adult
Court Bonds 07.01.2019

When Does a Conservatorship End?

When someone is deemed to be unable to care for him or herself, another person is able to petition a probate court for control over their affairs. That control is a conservatorship (or guardianship, depending…
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When Does a Conservatorship End?
Court Bonds 06.26.2019

Conservators Versus Guardians in New Jersey

Conservatorship and Guardianship are different in the State of New Jersey but have one chief characteristic in common: they are used to get people the care that they need. The chief difference between a guardianship…
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Conservators Versus Guardians in New Jersey