Estate planning for second marriages can be complex and require special considerations. Here are some tips to follow to ensure that your estate plan is effective and reflects your wishes. And of course, you can always contact our law firm at … [Read more...] about Estate Planning for Second Marriages: Tips to Follow
How to Choose the Right Executor for Your Estate
Choosing the right executor for your estate is an important decision. Here are some steps you can take to ensure that you choose the right executor. You can also contact us at 732-238-6000 for guidance. Understand the role of an executor. An … [Read more...] about How to Choose the Right Executor for Your Estate
Benefits of Choosing a Nursing Home in Advance
It’s your hope that you never have to spend time in a nursing home, but many people find themselves in this position at some point in their life. Since you never know what will happen in the future, it’s critical that you plan in advance. And that … [Read more...] about Benefits of Choosing a Nursing Home in Advance
Estate Planning: Recognize, Reach Out, Revise
The truth of the matter is that nobody is especially anxious to think about the details of their own passing. But be this as it may, we all eventually die and this is part of the human condition. Approaching the matter with your head in the sand is … [Read more...] about Estate Planning: Recognize, Reach Out, Revise
How Does A Trust Operate?
Trusts are often used when planning your estate for a variety of reasons. A trust can provide a number of benefits such as control over your assets, avoidance of probate and reduction of estate tax liability. Although there are numerous different … [Read more...] about How Does A Trust Operate?
You Say You Don’t Need An Estate Plan?
A lot of people procrastinate before they begin to consider estate planning seriously, and they typically utilize flawed logic to reach the conclusion that they don't need to have an estate plan in place "just yet." Of course the first thing that … [Read more...] about You Say You Don’t Need An Estate Plan?