Frequently Asked NJ Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning Questions
Wills and Estate Planning Lawyers Serving Ocean and Monmouth County
Legal matters concerning wills, trusts, and estate planning are some of the most common, yet frequently overlooked legal issues facing New Jersey families. Without an effective plan to protect your family, the probate process can be a long, tedious, and expensive one which can lead to complications when it comes to transferring your assets on to loved ones after you are gone. Similarly, trusts can be an important tool to manage wealth and ensure your family is well protected financially.
Our wills and estate planning attorneys are frequently asked a wide array or questions regarding wills, trusts, and estate planning from individuals who are looking to get started with an overall plan, altering an existing document, or dealing with an ongoing probate or transition process. To aid our clients and the local community, we have put together answers to some of these questions as a resource.
To speak with one of our qualified and experienced attorneys, please contact our Brick, NJ or Sea girt, NJ offices by calling (732) 812-3102 today for a free and confidential consultation.
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Trusts and estates lawyer Robert E. Brennan Jr. has decades of dedicated legal experience helping clients through complex estate issues. Along with founding partner Peter J. Bronzino, Attorney Brennan is proud to serve local Ocean and Monmouth County communities such as Asbury Park, Manasquan, Brick, Toms River, Brielle, Sea Girt, Spring Lake, and all of Central New Jersey. Our smaller firm size allows our team to focus on the needs and concerns of our clients without them worrying about being bounced around from attorney to attorney. Find out why our clients consistently give glowing testimonials after working with our qualified legal team.