New Jersey Estate Planning Lawyers
New Jersey is one of the wealthiest states per capita in the entire country. As New Jersey residents we are used to our high sales tax and expensive car insurance – which is a direct reflection of this. As such, New Jersey residents are often interested in protecting and investing their assets through estate planning such as a will and testament, trust, enduring power of attorney, retirement planning and guardianship proceedings. Estate planning can be very complex, especially with the more assets involved, and for that reason it also has very real tax consequences. This is why it always important to have an experienced lawyer represent you and assist you with drafting documents and setting up proper financial structures. At the Law Offices of William A. Proetta we represent clients for estate planning throughout New Jersey including Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Union County and Hudson County. If you would like to speak with one of our lawyers, then contact our office at (732) 494-7900 for a free consultation over the phone or to set up an appointment at our office.
Our Middlesex County law firm handles various aspects of estate planning law in New Jersey including, but not limited to:
- Last Will & Testament
- Disputed Wills
- Power of Attorney
- Probate – Estate Distribution
- Living Wills
We Handle Wills, Trusts, Estates & Taxes
Estate planning is becoming more popular with young families looking toward the future and the baby-boomer generation interested in retirement planning and wills. Estate planning allows you the opportunity to control what happens after your death or even during your life in the case of illness, absence, or your incapacity. This way you can feel safe that you and your family are taken care of in the future. However, New Jersey estate planning law is complex and should be done by an experienced attorney to ensure that the documents are clear and sound and can weather litigation or challenges such as a contested will at death.
Our estate planning lawyers will guide you through the process of setting up your last will and testament, trust, power of attorney, guardianship, or estate distribution. Our attorneys also represent clients in estate-related litigation such as contesting a will. If you would like to learn more about how we can help you, then contact our office at (732) 494-7900 to speak with a lawyer who can answer your questions during a free consultation.