Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&A
- Elder Law
- Estate Planning
- Business Law
- Free Consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- New Jersey
- New York
- English: Spoken, Written
- Law clerk
- New Jersey Superior Court, Middlesex County
- Law clerk to the Honorable James F. Hyland, J.S.C.
- Clinical Student
- Rutgers Community and Transactional Lawyering Clinic
- Represented clients in tax and contract matters. Acted as in-house counsel for a variety of organizations. Drafted pleadings, motions, and correspondence to adversaries and clients. Negotiated settlements and appeared in court on behalf of clients, including oral arguments.
- New Jersey Superior Court, Middlsex County
- Interned for the Honorable Travis Francis, A.J.S.C.
- Rutgers School of Law-Newark
- J.D. (2016) | Law
- Honors: Certification in Corporate and Business Law; Recognition for Pro Bono Hours
- Activities: Phi Delta Phi; Phi Alpha Delta; Mentor
- Ramapo College
- B.A. (2012) | Law
- Honors: Magna Cum Laude; Dean's List
- Activities: Alpha Omicron Pi; Peer Facilitator; Moot Court
- Phi Delta Phi
- Vice Magister
- - Current
- Phi Alpha Delta
- - Current
- Corporate and Business Law
- Rutgers School of Law
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8 Questions Answered
- Q. My 100 year old Mom is living at home with a 24 hour caregiver.Her home is in a life estate with myself and 2 sisters
- A: You won't. We never recommend that people pay their parent's medical bills, because there is no guarantee that you will be reimbursed. If your mom cannot afford the care, I would look into getting her on Medicaid.
- Q. Am I responsible for my mom's, she lived in my home, medical debt after she has passed away ? I live in NJ
- A: It depends who signed the contracts.
- Q. How do I get my brother to pay some of my elderly parent's expenses - I can't afford the cost of care by myself.
- A: You don't. Apply for Medicaid. Do NOT cover the bills out of your own pocket, you will NOT be reimbursed. Apply for Medicaid and they'll cover the bills.
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