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June 2013 Archives

Where do you begin with New Jersey estate administration?

After a loved one has died, it can be difficult to know what to do next. Many people in New Jersey may have heard of the notion of "estate administration," but may have little to no idea what it entails or how to start. There are some first steps to take that will help determine how the administration of the estate will proceed.

The basics of estate administration in New Jersey

New Jersey residents would most likely agree that the last thing most people want to think about when they have lost a loved one is paperwork. Unfortunately, at some point, it will be necessary for the family to deal with their loved one's estate. Many people are left wondering how to begin the estate administration.

Estate planning is important for every New Jersey resident

Many people think that just because their estate is small and won't be subject to estate tax that they don't need an estate plan. That simply isn't the case. Every New Jersey resident can benefit from doing some estate planning.