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Nina Weiss has represented some of New Jersey’s largest and most prominent banks in carrying out their fiduciary responsibilities as trustees and guardians. Retaining competent and knowledgeable attorneys with experience in this particular area of the law is a prudent way for institutions to ensure compliance with all applicable requirements and standards as well as minimize liability claims from third parties. This is true from both an investment perspective as well as dealing with familial conflict and demands.
Banks and other financial institutions quite often serve in a fiduciary capacity as trustees, guardians and executors under a person’s will. It is critical in these instances that banks and other financial institutions comply with the applicable standards of care and practices, including the Prudent Investors Act and the applicable New Jersey Statutes.
Nina Weiss is also highly qualified to represent hospitals and long term care facilities which face the difficult dilemma of a patient or resident with diminished capacity. Often times filing for guardianship is necessary for proper discharge planning medical decision making and for payment of the facility charges. It is critical to retain competent counsel in an effort to have a guardian appointed in the most efficient manner possible. Time is money and in these situations applying to the court expeditiously is essential in order to save significant funds for the facility and to ensure the resident or patient's needs are met.