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Whatever your income and assets, you probably need an estate plan. An estate plan will help protect your loved ones in the event of your death. Although some people do not wish to write a will or draw up a trust, many others are relieved after developing an estate plan because they know that their wishes will be carried out when they are gone.
The New Jersey wills and trusts attorneys at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC help clients plan for the future—a future when they will not be around. With six offices in New Jersey, our law firm makes it easy to learn how to develop a solid estate plan to protect your family and ensure that your wishes are carried out in the future. We know that many people find it difficult to talk about their death. Our NJ estate planning lawyers know how to ask the right questions and put people at ease when discussing this challenging topic.
Developing an estate plan means more than describing your assets and your wishes for your family. In fact, developing a solid estate plan can also have important benefits that include:
To accomplish these ends, our New Jersey estate planning attorneys use wills and trusts, medical directives, living wills, and medical powers of attorney. We will take the time to identify your needs and goals and ensure that your estate plan is as complete as possible. We can draft documents such as:
Our NJ estate planning lawyers work with traditional and non-traditional families, single people, families with special needs children, people with large estates, and clients with more modest estates. We can review existing wills and recommend the type of trust that meets a client’s goals and particular situation. We advise about minimizing taxes, and we help clients select the right guardians for their children. In short, our lawyers offer comprehensive estate planning services that provide one-stop shopping for clients looking to protect their families in the future.
In addition, we handle contested wills for clients who seek to challenge the conditions of a will or defend against such challenges. Cases like these can be tricky, but our New Jersey wills & trusts lawyers have the knowledge and experience needed to represent clients effectively in such matters.
If you have questions about drafting or contesting a will or trust, talk with our New Jersey estate planning attorneys. Call Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC today or contact us online anytime. With offices in Newark, Westfield, Scotch Plains, East Brunswick, Cherry Hill, and Clifton, our New Jersey law firm makes it easy for clients to learn how to protect their families’ future.