Estate Planning and Will Contest
Estate planning is something most people do not want to think about. However, planning for your family’s future — and the orderly distribution of your assets after death — is extremely important to ensure that your wishes are carried out as you intended.
At Goldstein Law Group, our Monmouth County estate planning lawyers provide comprehensive estate planning and probate services to our clients. Our attorneys are skilled at developing intricate estate and tax plans to guide our clients through the later stages of life.
We are well versed in New Jersey law pertinent to large estates, which may involve partnerships, trusts, tax-planned wills, insurance tools and other estate planning tools. We regularly draft individualized estate plans for smaller estates as well. These normally include a basic and affordable combination of a simple will, a durable power of attorney and health care directives.Estate Planning Tools and Strategies
In determining your estate planning needs, some of the issues our Monmouth County estate planning attorneys can discuss with you are:
- Planning to minimize estate taxes and gift taxes
- Living wills and health care directives
- No-contest clauses in wills
- The use of trusts to make generational or charitable gifts
- How your estate will pass through probate
Our law firm’s seasoned litigation attorneys are also available to represent proposed beneficiaries in will contest litigation. If questions exist as to the possibility of fraud or undue influence in the creation of a will or trust, our lawyers can provide information on New Jersey’s laws regarding will contests to help you make an informed decision about whether to pursue will contest litigation. Meanwhile, careful strategizing with the assistance of an estate planning lawyer in Monmouth County can prevent these issues after your death.Contact Goldstein Law Group for Estate Planning Information
Estate planning may sound intimidating, but a well-planned transfer of assets from one generation to the next will create not only peace of mind, but it could help you conserve the assets you’ve worked so hard to obtain throughout your life. The estate planning attorneys at Goldstein Law Group can show you how you can actually save money with proper estate tax planning, asset protection, living wills, and trusts.
To learn more about how you can protect your assets and pass along as much of your estate as possible to your loved ones, contact our law firm for a free 10-minute case evaluation with an estate planning attorney in Monmouth County.
Call (732) 967-6777, or contact us online.