Will, Trusts & Estate Planning
Estate planning offers you the opportunity to control what happens upon your illness, absence, incapacity or death for your family’s peace of mind as well as succession. However New Jersey estate planning also requires you to make choices and clearly put your decisions to paper in legally sound documents to withstand contesting a will or other estate litigation.
Our estate planning attorneys guide you through New Jersey’s many tools – such as last wills & testaments, pre-death distribution, living will, temporary power of attorney, enduring power of attorney, guardianship, trust, special needs trust, and family or other foundation.
Our lawyers also represent you, if necessary, through will contests (contesting a will) and other estate litigation. Estate planning attorneys also recommend that you update your NJ wills, power of attorneys, and trusts to assure they accurately reflect your current assets, benefit from the current estate tax codes, and bear current witnessing to withstand contesting a will and other estate litigation.
Since 1929, the law firm of Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman has worked hard to build a track record of honest, smart, responsive and responsible legal representation. We have earned the respect of courts, judges, regulatory authorities, and other New Jersey estate planning & estate litigation attorneys.
Our lawyers thoroughly understand New Jersey wills & estate planning laws and rules of court, some having Masters of Law in Taxation degrees. We have handled some of the most legally and factually complex cases, involving several layers of relationships, extensively detailed contracts & trusts, and rare or conflicting legal issues in either drafting or contesting a will.
Our lawyers get the best possible outcome for our clients, preferably through negotiation but, when necessary, through litigation in both federal and New Jersey state courts – trial and appellate.
We are best known for complex New Jersey will contests & estate litigation. However, we also help clients prevent disputes, because the best lawyers at litigating wills, trusts and estate agreements are usually the best lawyers at writing them.
Know your needs. Know your attorneys.
Going to court is hardball. If you want results, then be well represented.
Call our New Jersey will, trust, estate & tax planning attorneys at 1-800-432-LAWS or email our New Jersey wills, trusts, estate & tax planning attorneys.
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