Make Informed Estate Planning Decisions With Our Guidance
Frequently, by the time people realize the value of estate planning documents, they are in the middle of a challenging probate issue. Probate issues may involve disputes among heirs, beneficiaries, estate executors, and power of attorney, and/or it may simply involve the complex nature of closing a loved one’s final affairs after he or she has passed away.
At Weinberg, Kaplan & Smith, P.A., in Marlton, we help people who are asking important questions like, “What should my loved ones do if I can no longer make health care decisions for myself?” and “How can I make sure my young children are cared for personally and financially if something happens to me?”
These are difficult questions, but crucial ones to work through. Our team of attorneys can help you make informed decisions that reflect the unique nature of your estate and your personal beliefs. We can address all manner of estate planning, estate administration and probate issues, including:
- Wills and trusts
- Powers of attorney
- Living wills
- Health care directives
- Guardianships and conservatorships
- Estate planning as a means for asset or wealth preservation
- Tax implications of estate gifts
- Business succession planning and valuation
Estate Planning And Divorce
Naturally, if the structure of your family and your finances are changing because of a divorce, your beneficiaries are also likely to change. Our firm is skilled in addressing the overlap of these issues, giving our divorce clients an opportunity to resolve all of their legal matters with help from one lawyer who knows their situation and their ultimate goals.
Contact us online or by telephone toll-free at 856-795-9400 to gain an understanding of your options in New Jersey estate planning.