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E-mail: Harold@ParlesRekem.com

Tel: 973-564-0055

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Harold L. Grodberg Esq., CELA, Of Counsel to the Firm,  has been practicing Elder Law, Estate Planning, and Estate Administration for over 20 years. He is a Certified Elder Law Attorney by the ABA accredited National Elder Law Foundation and an Accredited Attorney by the Department of Veterans Affairs.  


Harold regularly lectures on such topics as Preserving Family Wealth, Estate Planning, and Elder Law Planning. He is the author of numerous articles appearing in the New Jersey Law Journal, including Saving the Family Home, Hospital Patient Rights and Understanding Special Needs Trusts. He also co-authored the book In New Jersey A Will is Not Enough.

Harold is a named New Jersey Elder Law Super Lawyer for 2011 by Thompson Reuters after peer review.1 He also makes home and hospital visits.



  • New Jersey State Bar Association

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2010 - present

2010 - present

Bar Admissions


  • State of New Jersey

  • United States District Court, District of New Jersey

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  • Research shines light on why women more likely to develop Alzheimer’s

  • From baby boomers to Gen X: America’s retirement crisis by the numbers

  • VA Establishes Asset Limits and Transfer Penalties for Needs-Based Benefits

  • Medicaid Director Needs to Hold Full Hearing on Facts Before Ruling Against Recipient

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