Jeff Vandrew Jr

Jeff Vandrew Jr

Vandrew LLC: Law Offices of Jeff Vandrew Jr, Attorney-CPA
  • Estate Planning, Elder Law, Probate ...
  • New Jersey
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Summary

Traditional estate planning isn’t cutting it anymore. The typical will and estate plan can result in your in laws snatching assets that were meant for your grandchildren. To sort out this mess, you need more than a generalist. Dual-licensed as both an Attorney and a CPA, this is why I’ve chosen to restrict my practice to two areas: estate planning and tax. I’m also Board-Certified as an Estate Planning Law Specialist by the ABA-accredited Estate Law Specialist Board. With multiple office locations, if you’re looking for a tax or estate planning attorney near Toms River, Red Bank, Freehold, Old Bridge, Atlantic/Cape, or throughout the country, I can help you create a stable and secure future for you and your loved ones. Having lived in New Jersey my entire life, and having practiced in New Jersey my entire career, there’s a good chance I’ve helped one of your friends, relatives, or colleagues in the past. I’d like to help you as well.

Practice Areas
  • Estate Planning
  • Elder Law
  • Probate
  • Tax Law
  • Business Law
Fees
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
New Jersey
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney-CPA
Vandrew LLC: Law Offices of Jeff Vandrew Jr, Attorney-CPA
- Current
Education
Rutgers University - New Brunswick/Piscataway
J.D. (2007) | Law
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Awards
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Professional Associations
New Jersey State Bar  # 017362007
Member
- Current
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American Association of Attorney-CPAs
Member
- Current
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Capital Gains on Cryptocurrency
Brave New Coin
5 Things Bitcoin Owners Must Do in Estate Planning
Coindesk
Past the Cliff: The Future of State Estate Tax Planning
New Jersey Law Journal
Not Business as Usual: A Major Shift in NJ LLC Law
New Jersey Law Journal
Speaking Engagements
Ultimate Trusts Guide , NBI , Princeton, NJ
NBI
Estate Planning , Somerset, NJ
Foxmoor Continuing Education
Tax Consequences of Trusts , Estate Planning and Administration , Atlantic City, NJ
Foxmoor
Trusts , Foxmoor Seminar , Piscataway, NJ
Foxmoor
Certifications
Certified Public Accountant
New Jersey State Board of Accountancy
Attorney
New Jersey State Bar
Estate Planning Law Specialist
Estate Specialist Law Board (accredited by the American Bar Assoc)
Certified Financial Planner
CFP Board of Standards
Legal Answers
5 Questions Answered

Q. Own a house with ex-husband who has dementia. Accoding to our wills I inherit his and he inherits mine. Do I need a
A: Assuming his IRA is a traditional and nor Roth IRA, you will pay income tax as you withdraw the funds. However, NJ law often invalidates Wills which leave property to ex-spouses if the Wills date back before the divorce. In addition to everything else I mentioned, if your ex-husband ends up needing nursing home care, his share of the home could also be lost under the NJ Medicaid estate recovery program if pre-planning isn't done. Medicaid planning is tricky; I do it as part of my practice. The foregoing was for discussion only and was not legal advice. -Jeff Vandrew Jr, Attorney-CPA, http://vandrew.com, Disclaimer: http://j.mp/lUJeMg
Q. If a Contractor does not pay the supplier for materials used to repair my home, Can a lein be put on my house?
A: Usually the answer to this question is yes they can, so long as the proper procedures are followed by the party that didn't get paid. The only upside is that you can never be liable to anyone with a construction lien on your home for more money than you were originally supposed to pay the contractor. You can contact me if you want to discuss more specifics. The foregoing was for discussion only and was not legal advice. -Jeff Vandrew Jr, Attorney-CPA, http://vandrew.com, Disclaimer: http://j.mp/lUJeMg
Q. What is the procedure to amend the bylaws of a corporation incorporated in New Jersey?
A: Check the current bylaws and Certificate of Incorporation. They should contain the procedure for their own amendment. The foregoing is for discussion purposes only and is not legal advice. Jeff Vandrew Jr, Attorney-CPA, http://vandrew.com Disclaimer: http://j.mp/lUJeMg
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Contact & Map
Monmouth County
Phone: https://vandrew.com/call
331 Newman Springs Rd, Suite 143
Red Bank, NJ 07701
Ocean County
Phone: https://vandrew.com/call
Toms River, NJ 08755
Atlantic/Cape
Phone: https://vandrew.com/call
Ocean City, NJ 08226
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