On April 21, 2018, Join Broder Law Group, P.C. at Rowan University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine as we help to build greater community awareness on Dyslexia and related reading disorders. The event is open to all parents and professionals. There will be a multitude of presenters and workshops covering the best practices to identify, remediate, and support students with dyslexia. For 2018, the Keynote Speaker will be Jamie Martin, Assistive Technology Consultant. Lunch and ample opportunity to network
An estimated 120,000,000 Americans do not have up-to-date estate plans to protect themselves or their families in the event of sickness, accidents, or untimely deaths. Possibly more worrisome is the millions of Americans with inefficient estate plans, resulting in large estate tax liabilities that could have been reduced or eliminated with more careful planning. Due to these staggering figures, a bill was passed in 2008 in the House of Representatives designating the third week in
Broder Law Group, P.C. is pleased to announce Matthew J. Zonies, Esquire was recently elected to serve on the Board of Trustees of Friends of MEND, Inc., a wholly-owned fundraising affiliate of MEND, Inc., a private, nonprofit, housing development organization based in Moorestown, New Jersey. Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development, Inc. (MEND) develops, builds, owns, and manages affordable housing and is dedicated to providing safe and affordable rental housing to households of low and moderate income.
Broder Law Group, P.C. is pleased to announce the addition of Ryan D. McCarty, Esquire as a new associate. Ryan will focus his practice in the areas of estate planning, asset protection, Florida domicile counseling, real estate, and small business collections. He is a graduate of Saint Joseph’s University’s Haub School of Business and Rutgers School of Law. Prior to joining the firm, Ryan worked for the corporate defense firm Hightower, Stratton, Wilhelm in West Palm
Broder Law Group, P.C. recently represented a Salem County family seeking to place their multiply disabled son in an appropriate placement to ensure he receives a free and appropriate public education “FAPE.” In response to the resident district’s failure to provide FAPE for their son, BLG filed a Petition to have the student placed in a neighboring school district that would be appropriate for the student’s needs and be the least restrictive environment. After multiple