NJ Wills/Living Wills/Powers
It is crucial to have a will if you want to decide what happens to your home, financial assets, personal possessions, and who will take care of your young children after you have passed. The primary reason for creating a will is to state how you intend your assets to be distributed upon your death. If you die without a will, your assets will be distributed according to the law of the state in which you resided. The person’s estate includes only property that the person owned alone. Ownership of property that is jointly owned with another person, such as the marital home, will pass to the surviving owner without having to probate the deceased’s will.
NJ Wills, Living Wills and Power of Attorney give you control over your assets. Instead of leaving such important decisions to the courts, get the assistance you need to make wise decisions concerning your estate by calling us. We assist clients in drafting NJ wills, creating living trusts, health care and general powers of attorney.
Contact us today at 732-276-9499 to schedule your free consultation.