Everything has been signed, sealed and stored in a safe place. Most New Jersey residents may believe that once they're done with estate planning and put the papers away, that's it. But what if things happen in life and those papers still sit there untouched? It could...
Personal Attention And A Professional Approach
Month: July 2020
When the executor of an estate fails to do anything
Closing out a loved one's estate, whether the process is completed in New Jersey or elsewhere, is not necessarily easy. Even if the deceased did everything right and created an estate plan that included the designation of an executor, the actions of the executor may...
Estate litigation: When a monetary gift is not used as intended
Numerous New Jersey residents choose to give away some of their money as gifts to various institutions when they die. Does this mean that these institutions can use the assets however they want? Not necessarily. If restrictions are put on the gift and it comes to...