Tag Archive: estate planning

Streamlining the Transfer of Assets to Beneficiaries

April 13, 2024

Learn About the Variety of Tasks, Considerations, and Restrictions When It Comes to Transferring Assets to Beneficiaries in New Jersey The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates the average life expectancy for men is 73.5 years. For women, that age is 79.3 years. This sounds like a very long life, which is why […]

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Conflicts over Pre-Death Gifts and Beneficiary Designations

April 6, 2024
Whether You Find Yourself as the Defendant in a Gift-Related Case or the Beneficiary of an Estate, Our Attorneys Can Provide Support in Wall, NJ

Pre-Death Gifts, Given Years in Advance, Empower Donors to Support Loved Ones Financially, Fostering Lasting Change in Their Lives. And Yet, Not All Gifts Before a Person’s Passing are Deemed Legally Valid. An individual often makes a pre-death gift to close family members or friends before death, sometimes years in advance. There are many reasons […]

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Creating a Secure Future with a Pet Trust

March 26, 2024
Secure Your Pet's Future With a Pet Trust Drafted by Our Attorneys in New Jersey.

Pet Trusts, Like Family Trusts, Ensure Furry Friends Are Cared For. New Laws Let Owners Set Aside Funds, With A Trustee Taking Immediate Responsibility. In 2024, 86.9 million households in the United States own at least one pet, while 35% own more than one.   We dress them up, show them off in our family Christmas […]

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Importance of Knowing Your Fiduciary Obligations in New Jersey

March 12, 2024
If You Are Involved in a Fiduciary Dispute Contact Us for Expert Guidance and Advocacy to Protect Your Interests.

Full Comprehension of One’s Fiduciary Duties in Trust and Estate Administration is Vital, as Executors and Trustees Must Prioritize Others’ Interests and Uphold their Legal Obligations. In the world of trust and estate administration, special ethical obligations are entrusted to individuals in certain positions like executors, trustees, agents under a power of attorney, and guardians, […]

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Demystifying Estate Litigation in the Absence of a Will

March 5, 2024
Ensure Your Interests Are Protected During Probate Proceedings Without a Will by Seeking the Assistance of Our Experienced Estate Attorneys in Monmouth County, NJ

An Overview of Probate and Intestate Succession Disputes if Someone Dies Without a Will in New Jersey What happens when you die without a will? Your estate (all your assets and debts) must go through a court process called probate. Without a will, your heirs receive your property through intestate succession, meaning a judge will […]

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Strategies for Successfully Leaving an Inheritance to Your Adult Children

February 26, 2024
Our Attorneys Can Help You Navigate the Complexities Of Estate Distribution and Secure Your Legacy for the Future in New Jersey

When Estate Planning, Understand the Approaches and Implications of Naming Your Adult Children as Beneficiaries The only sure things in this life are death and taxes. As the adult beneficiary of your parent’s estate, you will become familiar with New Jersey’s inheritance regulations and complex tax laws. They can make for a seemingly impossible puzzle […]

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Procedural Overview in the Withdrawal of Executors and Trustees

January 3, 2024
Essential Details for the Removal of an Estate Executor Explained by Our Lawyers in New Jersey

Explore Critical Scenarios Requiring the Removal of an Executor or Trustee in Lavallette, Belmar, Asbury Park, Hazlet, and throughout Southern New Jersey Choosing an executor or trustee for your estate or trust may be a simple decision for some individuals, while others may agonize over their selection. What happens if an executor or trustee is […]

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Guardianship vs. Power of Attorney in New Jersey

February 7, 2022
Guardianship vs. Power of Attorney in New Jersey

Learn more about the distinction between guardianship and power of attorney in New Jersey, as well as which one might be best for you or your loved one. Estate planning is an important process that many people go through to ensure that their finances can be maintained in the future, particularly if they ever become […]

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Curbside Document Signings at Chamlin, Uliano & Walsh

June 16, 2020
Curbside Document Signings at Chamlin, Uliano & Walsh

We strive to deliver the highest level of service, support, and legal guidance in every case we handle, while maintaining a safe environment for our staff and our clients. One of the many ways our Law Firm has adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic is by providing curbside document signing. We are proud to offer this […]

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