When looking for a Central Jersey estate planning lawyer or tax attorney for your will or revocable living trust, whether you’re coming from Middlesex County, Mercer County, Union County, or Red Bank, Freehold, or Middletown in Monmouth County, consider the following factors:
Protection. Do you still have a traditional will and estate plan? That’s probably a big mistake. Did you know that your spouse could be exploited after you’re gone? Worse, your children’s inheritances could be taken by their divorcing spouses. Unlike traditional estate plans, our plans protect your spouse, children, and other loved ones after you are gone.
Attorney Experience. The Estate Planning Law Specialist (EPLS) designation, granted by the Estate Specialist Law Board, is the only designation for estate planning lawyers to be issued by an ABA-accredited board and be eligible as a “specialist” designation under the New Jersey Rules of Professional Conduct. I not only hold this designation, but also am tri-licensed as an attorney, certified public accountant, and certified financial planner. Being tri-licensed, I can see not only the legal aspects of your estate plan, but also the tax and financial aspects.
Location. It can be important to have an estate planning lawyer that is easy to reach. Luckily we have one of the most centrally located law firms in all of New Jersey. Our Central Jersey office is located literally feet from Exit 109 on the Garden State Parkway.