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Gifting and Your Estate

Gifting and Your Estate

When people in New Jersey hear the term "estate plan," they usually think about a document that tells their beneficiaries who gets what after they have passed on. Although that is certainly the case in many situations, not everyone waits to distribute their estate. In...

Can You Write Your Will During Coronavirus?

Can You Write Your Will During Coronavirus?

The COVID-19 pandemic has many Americans contemplating their own mortality and planning for the future of their families. More and more people are seeking information about  estate planning, including making a will. However, the social distancing guidelines  currently...

Changing Family Dynamics

Changing Family Dynamics

It's a fact of life that family members will squabble. Shifting family relationships can happen faster than the rate people update their legal transactions and wills, leading to even more tension in a family. People often try to limit this possibility by making...

All Letters are not Wills

All Letters are not Wills

New Jersey recognizes three different types of wills: 1) a formal will; 2) a holographic will; and a writing that may not meet the state's formalities of a will but can be otherwise proven that it should be treated as a will. A formal will requires that it is signed...

Wills of the Rich and Famous – Or Not!

Wills of the Rich and Famous – Or Not!

When Wang Yung-Ching passed away in 2008 at age 91 in his New Jersey home, he was one of the world's 200 richest people. Born into poverty as the son of tea farmers in Taiwan, he started the Formosa Plastics Group, an international plastics manufacturing conglomerate...

Wills and Financial Exploitation

Wills and Financial Exploitation

Question: What happens when someone not related to a person who's passed away and who is not a beneficiary to her will improperly influences her to change its terms?Answer: In the case of In re Stockdale, the New Jersey Supreme Court answered the question of whether...

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