» New Jersey Elder Law Attorney Awarded AV Preeminent Rating for 15 Years in a Row

New Jersey Elder Law Attorney Awarded AV Preeminent Rating for 15 Years in a Row

Moorestown, NJ (Law Firm Newswire) January 13, 2012 - New Jersey elder law attorney Thomas D. Begley, Jr. marks 2012 with a 15th anniversary celebration of receiving the Martindale-Hubbell® AV® Preeminent™ rating. The AV Preeminent rating shows that his peers have nominated him for the highest standards in both his ethical behavior and quality of his legal work for 15 years.

Thomas D. Begley, Jr. Earns AV Preeminent Rating for 15th Year in a Row

“I am honored to receive this distinction for 15 years in a row,” said Thomas D. Begley, Jr., of the Begley Law Group P.C. “My passion is to use the law to provide the communities of southern New Jersey and Philadelphia with solid legal advice.”

The Martindale-Hubbell process involves a strenuous peer review that evaluates lawyers within a practice area for their professional ability and ethics. Begley has received a 5.0 out of a possible 5.0 score for the AV Preeminent rating, the highest possible score. His peers see him as a leader in elder law, estate planning, personal injury settlement consulting, and disability law.

Begley’s legal career has spanned many decades as a Certified Elder Law Attorney. He is a
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Fellow and founding member and past president of the Special Needs Alliance. He has received the Marilyn Askin Lifetime Achievement Award, the NAELA President’s Award and the Alfred E. Clapp Award.

“Every day I enjoy helping individuals and families make smart decisions for their lifelong wishes and assist them to achieve more through the law,” said Begley. “The true testament to my success is that I can give people peace of mind that their most valued possessions and directives are securely in place.”

To learn more about the Begley Law Group or to contact a New Jersey elder law attorney, call 1.800.533.7227 or visit www.begleylawgroup.com.

Colleen Caruso
Begley Law Group, P.C.
509 S. Lenola Road, Building 7
Moorestown, NJ 08057
Tel: 800.533.7227


View Larger Map

  • Thomas D. Begley Jr. Named as 2017 Member of Nation’s Top One Percent
    Thomas Begley, of Begley Law Group, PC, has been selected to the 2017 list as a member of the Nation’s Top One Percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel. NADC is an organization dedicated to promoting the highest standards of legal excellence. Its mission is to objectively recognize the attorneys who elevate the standards of the Bar and provide a benchmark for other lawyers to emulate. Members are thoroughly vetted by a research team, selected by a blue ribbon panel of attorneys with podium status from independently neutral organizations, and approved by a judicial review board as exhibiting virtue [...]
  • Financing Long-Term Care in New Jersey 2017
    Statistics show that approximately 70% of the population age 65 or over will require some form of long-term care. Some will be there for relatively short periods of time. These are usually stroke or accident victims or surgery patients who are doing rehabilitation. A significant percentage will remain in a nursing home for an extended period of time. These are usually Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s or other Dementia patients. A statistic widely quoted is that the average stay in a nursing home is 2.9 years. This statistic is somewhat misleading, because the persons receiving rehabilitation are often discharged in one month or [...]
  • FUNDING SPECIAL NEEDS TRUSTS
    by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., CELA Overview Estate planning attorneys are regularly called upon to draft trusts for their clients’ children with disabilities. Typically, these children are determined to be disabled by the Social Security Administration and are receiving SSI, Medicaid, or other means-tested public benefits. The goal of the parent in establishing the trust is to maintain public benefits for the child with disabilities while providing an inheritance to enrich the child’s life. The inheritance is to supplement, not supplant, public benefits. There is an old adage that there are two ways to screw up a Special Needs Trust: [...]

See other news sources publishing this article. BETA | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,



Get headlines from Law Firm Newswire sent right to your inbox.

* indicates required