Estate Plan Checklist

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After weeks, months, or maybe even years of procrastinating, you’re finally ready to set up your estate plan. Remember, the sooner you create your estate plan, the sooner you will have peace of mind that your family is taken care of should something happen to you. Many people who decide to create an estate plan say, I just want a

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What to Leave Out When Making Your Will

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So you’ve finally decided to sit down and draft your Will. While you should be applauded for your effort, what you may not realize is what you leave out of your Will can be just as important as what you include. Having a sound Will in place is important because it tells your surviving loved ones how your property and

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Tomorrow is a New Day in New Jersey

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New Jersey. The Garden State. The land of extremely high taxes, corrupt politicians, and (often) broken roads. But at least we have the second cheapest gas in the coun–wait, what? Is our gas tax going up tomorrow? On October 23, 2016, Chris Christie signed legislation which raises our gas tax by 23 cents per gallon. If you live in the

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More Help for Modest Estates in New Jersey

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For people of modest means, the estate administration process often adds legal and administrative expenses that serve only to reduce the amount of the estate that passes onto heirs. In addition to these hard costs, a lot of the heirs’ time and energy can be lost at a time when they are likely already grieving the loss of a loved

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Creating a Fair Estate Plan for Your Children

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If you’re a parent, it goes without saying — you want what’s best for your kids. When your children are young, it makes sense to divide your estate equally among them. However, as your kids get older and reach their 20s and 30s, you may discover that one child is more financially responsible than another. How does this affect your

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