Kenneth Vercammen is a Middlesex County Trial Attorney who has published 130 articles in national and New Jersey publications on Criminal Law, Probate, Estate and litigation topics.

He was awarded the NJ State State Bar Municipal Court Practitioner of the Year.

He lectures and handles criminal cases, Municipal Court, DWI, traffic and other litigation matters.

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3B:13-26-28 Public guardian may be appointed general guardian

3B:13-26-28 Public guardian may be appointed general guardian

3B:13-26-28 Public guardian may be appointed general guardian for veteran.
3B:13-26. Where an action is brought in the Superior Court for the appointment of a guardian for a person who, while in the military, naval, marine, air, or coast guard service of the United States, or after discharge therefrom, is determined to be incapacitated, whether or not committed or confined to an institution for the care of persons who are incapacitated, and the heirs of the person are unwilling, unable, or unqualified for the appointment, or if the best interests of the person require it, the Superior Court may appoint the public guardian of the county in which the person resides as guardian of the person.

amended 2013, c.103, s.35.
3B:13-27 Powers of public guardian as guardian of veterans estates.
3B:13-27. The public guardian of veterans who are incapacitated shall have, in respect of any veteran and the estate of any veteran for whom the public guardian is appointed, the same power and authority as any other duly appointed guardian of a person who is incapacitated.

amended 2013, c.103, s.36.

3B:13-28 Settlement of accounts.
3B:13-28. The public guardian shall settle accounts in each estate in which the guardian is appointed at the times and in the same manner as other guardians of persons who are incapacitated.