Our Bergen County Wills and Trusts Attorneys provide highly personalized service for our estate planning clients seeking legal advice on simple or complex legal and estate tax issues. Our Estate Lawyers guarantee sensitive, thoughtful representation to our Estate Administration clients during some of the most difficult times in their lives. Our Estate Litigation attorneys provide aggressive and efficient representation throughout Bergen County.
Our firm offers a Free Initial Consultation for all Estate clients. For our Estate Planning clients, we draft and prepare Wills, Trusts, Living Wills, Advance Health Care Directives, Family Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Life Insurance Trusts, Revocable Trusts, “HIPAA” Authorizations, and other estate documents necessary to protect you, your family and your loved ones. You will take comfort in knowing that the estate plan we develop with you will reflect your informed intentions and your wishes will be honored in the event of your death or unexpected incapacitation. Our estate lawyers often work with business owners to insure the proper transfer of family-owned businesses and assets. We pride ourselves in working closely with our estate administration clients and Executors, Trustees, tax accountants and financial advisors, in effectuating the orderly administration or probate of the Estate, regardless of whether there was a Will or an Intestate estate.
Our estate litigation attorneys concentrate in the litigation of contested estates, including Will challenges, caveat filings, initiation and objection to Guardianship applications, objections and third party claims in Estate Administrations, fiduciary and executor suits, beneficiary claims and other estate, Will and intestacy related claims and suits.
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The materials included in this website are for general informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. Information contained herein is not intended to create and does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. You should seek advise from professional legal counsel. Please be advised the submittal of a reply to the online estate planning survey does not constitute a contractual relationship between the Law Firm and yourself and does not represent a binding legal obligation for the Law Firm to represent you in any administrative or court proceeding. Finally, submittal of a reply to an estate planning survey does not satisfy the requirements for a legal Will or other legal instrument under the law.
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