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New Jersey Estate Administration: A Case Study and Critical Issues

Streams live on Monday, November 04, 2019 at 01:00pm EST

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Course Information

Time 50 Minutes
Difficulty Beginner

Course Description

From the outside looking in, New Jersey Estate Administration seems to be a straightforward process. However, it isn’t as simple as it looks. Attorneys who decide to practice estate administration must be well-versed in the steps involved and the critical issues that may come up.

This course will provide an in-depth case study highlighting a typical New Jersey Estate Administration Process. The presenter, Jesse Hynes, will point out many of the common critical issues, and some rarer ones as well. This course will provide an attorney with the ins and outs of a typical process, as well as the tools to recognize up front what potential issues you may face before taking on a case.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Review the basic Estate Administration timeline
  2. Identify both common and uncommon critical issues in Estate Administration
  3. Discuss ways to make your Estate Administration Practice more efficient



Credit Information

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Faculty

Jesse E. Hynes

Hynes Law Group

Jesse R. Hynes, Esq. concentrates his practice in Elder Law, which encompasses, but is not limited to, Estate and Trust Planning, Estate Administration, Asset Preservation and Protection, Disability and Special Needs Planning, Guardianship, and Medicaid.

Born and raised in Cranford, New Jersey, Jesse earned his Undergraduate Honors Degree in Psychology at Seton Hall University and his Law Degree from Wake Forest University School of Law. At Wake Forest University School of Law, Jesse was selected to partake in the Elder Law Clinic, which provides free legal services to low-income residents of Forsyth County, North Carolina. During his time in the Elder Law Clinic, Jesse made it a priority to assist disenfranchised voters to obtain ID cards so that they could vote. At the Elder Law Clinic, Jesse gained invaluable experience with the substantive laws affecting the elderly, including Guardianship and Medicaid.

Before and while attending law school, Jesse worked in the elder care field for approximately seven years, holding various jobs at an Assisted Living Facility. Jesse gained invaluable experience while working at the Assisted Living Facility, having been immersed in the day-to-day life of elders and their common problems and concerns. It was this experience that led Jesse to devote his life to Elder Law.

Jesse is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and the Elder and Disability Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association.

When Jesse is not practicing law, he is either playing Ultimate Frisbee with his friends or spending time with his family dog, Bojangles.