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Guiding you through the estate planning process

| Nov 22, 2018 | Estate Planning |

For some, it is hard to think beyond this year, let alone this month or this week. Planning for the future can be challenging because there are many what-ifs and uncertainty. While no one can be completely prepared for what is to come, there are some measures individuals in New Jersey and elsewhere can take to help protect their assets and wishes in the event of their incapacitation or death.

The estate planning process can initiate for many reasons. One may have just got married, had a child, is about to undergo surgery, was diagnosed with an illness, is reaching retirement age or just simply wants to because they have reached the age of maturity. No matter the reason, at J. Jeffery Press PA, our experienced legal team is here to guide you through the process.

For many, an estate plan is more than protecting one’s property and assets. It is also a way to protect beneficiaries, minimize taxes and even help plan for certain events such as disability or incapacity. There are many uncertainties in life, and an estate plan can help guard against hardships that could occur because of them.

Our law firm can help you understand how a will, trusts and powers of attorney could benefit you. Our goal is to draft these documents to meet the needs of our clients, ensuring they feel comfortable with them. To learn more, check out our law firm’s estate planning website. No matter your age or what stage of life you are in, it is never too soon to start the estate planning process.