new jersey estate planning attorney

Estate Planning Blog

Home ยป Blog

Estate Planning when So Much Is Uncertain

Taxpayers should, of course, carefully consider whether to engage in a lifetime gifting strategy, which has other considerations beyond just estate taxes (such as the tradeoff with the ‘step‑up’ in basis, and non-tax family related considerations).
Read More

Does a Trust Protect You From a Lawsuit?

Trusts can provide certain benefits for estate planning, including asset protection. But can you sue a trust?
Read More

Can Elder Financial Abuse Be Stopped?

The financial exploitation of elderly people comes at a great cost: It costs victims as much as $36.5 billion each year, according to the National Council on Aging. It can also be more difficult to detect than physical abuse and neglect because it’s often done by family members, trusted friends and caregivers.
Read More

Can I Change My Estate Plan During Divorce?

At such an emotional time, more paperwork is probably the last thing you want on your to-do list. However, taking a few key steps is critical to your financial future.
Read More

How Does a Will Work after Death?

Every estate plan should include three essential documents: a durable general power of attorney, a healthcare power of attorney and a last will and testament. Of the three essential estate planning documents, the will is the only document that is used after death.
Read More

How to Protect Assets from Medicaid Spend Down?

Several types of special income trusts and other strategies can be helpful when trying to protect your family’s assets from the devastating costs of long-term care.
Read More

Do College Kids Need Estate Planning?

As a legal adult after attaining the age of 18, your child should have in place several legal documents that will allow you to provide support and obtain information, if something unexpected happens to your child.
Read More

Do You Need an Estate Plan or Will?

Have you thought about how you'd like your family to continue after you're gone? Having an estate plan isn't just for the ultra-wealthy.
Read More

Does Anyone Know Where Your Money Is?

Even those who have saved and invested well may not be sharing their financial information with a spouse or loved one. It’s time to do that now.
Read More

Can Cryptocurrency Be Inherited?

If you’re merely dipping your toe in cryptocurrency, it can be hard to imagine your crypto as something worth talking to an estate attorney about. But that $100 in fun money could grow to a significant percentage of your total investments, sometimes overnight.
Read More
Integrity Marketing Solutions - Estate Planning Marketing
Powered by
magnifiercross