As Hurricane Sandy approached, planners in New Jersey started deploying disaster plans – some of which had been in place for a year or more and some of which were hatched just last week.

“Did you unplug my printer?” planner and estate lawyer Martin Shenkman called across the office Monday to his paralegal, Thomas Tietz.

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