Many residents of Parsippany may think that trusts are not for them. They may think only millionaires need such documents. However, even those of more modest means can still find a trust to be useful.
As 2017 comes to a close and 2018 is almost here, many people in New Jersey are making New Year's resolutions. Some people may be aiming to get into shape, save more money or kick a bad habit, like smoking. However, a resolution that many might not initially think of, but is very important in the long-run, is executing an estate plan.
Trusts can form the backbone of a well-rounded estate plan for many people in New Jersey. Not only can they serve as a vehicle for handing your assets down to your loved ones after you die, but conditions can also be placed on trusts. Therefore, it is a good idea to have a basic understanding of trusts.