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July 2016 Archives

Legal marriage means new estate law options for LGBT couples

The ruling that marriage is legal for same-sex couples opens a great many chapel doors for ecstatic brides and grooms, but it also opens a variety of legal doors that are worth considering. Whether you're planning to keep your relationship as is or you're opting to tie the knot, now's a good time to have a serious conversation about the future.

Does your estate executor have to live in the same state?

If you are a New Jersey resident working on your estate plan, you might wonder how limited your choice of executor is. The law doesn't put that many limitations on your choice, and it doesn't limit your executor to those who live in the state of New Jersey. This is not the same in every state -- some states require an executor who lives in the same state where the estate is to be probated.

Even millennials should consider estate planning

For millennials, retirement might seem like a long way off, and worries about your estate are an even distant concern. While many younger individuals don't yet have assets or potential heirs to share them with, some do, and that makes estate planning an important consideration. Even if you haven't built up any wealth and aren't concerned with caring for beneficiaries, there are two estate planning documents everyone should consider having on file.