Estate Planning is Vital to Protecting Your Future
Estate Planning in New Jersey
At Bratton Law, we understand the importance of putting your affairs in order. Estate planning lets you put all of your affairs in order by creating a last will and testament. This legally binding document explains how your assets, or estate, will be divided among beneficiaries after you pass away. It sometimes also describes how your assets will be managed should you become incapacitated. At Bratton Law firm, we understand just how important planning your estate can be for you and your loved ones. You deserve the peace of mind knowing that your estate will be properly handled after you pass. You should know that your loved ones are taken care of and won’t have any unnecessary hindrance or frustration administering your final wishes.
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Estate Planning Basics & Documents We Handle
The estate planning attorneys at Bratton Law are well versed in New Jersey estate and elder law care and will ensure that you are your family are taken care of, whatever may come. We will help draft any documents and ensure that your last wishes for the handling of your estate are followed while keeping in mind any tax implications to reduce your liability during retirement and after death. We can help you with any of the following:
- Financial Powers of Attorney and Healthcare Powers of Attorney
- High net worth planning
- Retirement and tax planning
- Special Needs Planning
- Asset protection
Providing for Minor Children
As parents, the well-being and safety of your children is a primary concern. If you have minor children, you need to decide what will happen to them if you and your spouse become incapacitated or pass away before they become adults. Don’t let the courts decide what will happen to your children. With proper estate planning, you’ll be able to choose guardians for your children and set up a will and/or trusts to ensure their financial security and well-being in your absence.
You Can Rely on Bratton Law’s Estate Planning Experience
Estate planning is a continuous work in progress. As your life and the laws change, it’s important to review and update your documents, probably every three to five years. Fortunately, we at Bratton Law firm have proficient estate attorneys skilled in New Jersey estate and elder care law to help you. We have offices conveniently located in Haddonfield, Linwood, Ewing, NJ, and Philadelphia, PA. Call us today at (856) 857-6007, or fill out our online contact form, to request a confidential consultation