- Draft and maintain a Will that provides clear instructions on the disposition of your property
- Assist with the probate process to ease the burden on your loved ones
- Navigate through the maze of inheritance and intestacy laws
A Will is the most basic instrument a person can use to bequeath property to her or his heirs. While New Jersey state laws provide default rules for the disposition of an estate, it is often the case that those rules do not meet people’s requirements because they do not account for their individual circumstances. A properly drafted Will can become a useful tool, but, like any other part of your estate plan, it requires special attention to individual circumstances specific to you and your family, and continuous maintenance because circumstances do change.