New Jersey and New York Estate Planning Services by Experienced Attorneys to Protect Your Assets
Do you have a plan in place for what will happen after you pass? With properly established wills and trusts, you can be in complete control of how your assets will be divided. Proper estate planning is essential; failure to plan properly can result in a lot of difficulties for your loved ones after you pass away.
At the Law Office of Tejas S. Kapadia, our attorneys prepare a comprehensive plan that assists in securing your family’s future and ensuring the realization of your intentions and desires. Whether you are planning for your future in terms of medical care or you want ensure that your loved ones are cared for even after your death, our estate services can assist in designing a full package.
Our planning includes but are not limited to:
- Last Will and Testament
- Living Trusts
- Irrevocable Trusts
- Credit Shelter Trusts
- Estate Tax Issues
- Advance Directives (Living Wills)
- General Power of Attorneys
- Healthcare Power of Attorneys
A comprehensive Estate Plan is extremely important for everyone. It not only carries out your aspirations for your loved ones, but also safeguards their future. Our attorneys work closely with you to identify your objectives and to design an estate plan that fits your personalized requirements. Safeguarding Your Legacy All your life you have been working hard to offer a good life for the well-being of your loved ones. As such, it is paramount that your planning accounts for their long-term care, even if you cannot be present for it. To that end, our estate attorneys evaluate your estate and prepare a will that can consider potential taxes, establishes guardianship for your children, allocation of assets, and can even design legal structures to care for your pets. Ultimately, we can assist in creating a plan that comprehensively protects all of your loved ones based on your desire. A Last Will and Testament or a Living Trust offers a chance to distribute your assets in accordance with your choices and plan for the proper care for your loved ones. A poorly drafted Will or Trust can lead to confusion and actually leave your loved ones bereft of the protection that you intended. While the circumstances surrounding the use of a Will or Living Trust is devastating to consider, your contingency planning can still provide some comfort to your loved ones in your absence. Considerations such as parental appointment of a guardian, allocation of your assets, and the structure to deliver those assets are of paramount importance, especially in today’s ever-changing world. Contact us to Update or Change Your Will or Living Trust A Will or Living Trust is not a static instrument. They require fine tuning and maintenance over the passage of time to account for any changed circumstances. If you believe that you need to update or change your Will or Living Trust, then please do not hesitate to contact us. Our estate attorneys have expertise in drafting codicils or amendments to these instruments that can account for changes in your financial and family life. Healthcare Our health is forever changing, but should have the necessary legal safeguards to protect us in our worst moments. An Advance Directive is a legal document a written statement of a person’s wishes regarding medical treatment made to ensure those wishes are carried out should the person be unable to communicate them to a doctor. A Healthcare Power of Attorney is a legal document that allows an individual to empower another person to make decisions about his or her medical care. A healthcare power of attorney refers to both a legal document and a specific person with legal authority. At our law office, we can draft these instruments to reflect your wishes and ensure that the right person makes these monumental decisions.
We understand that if you are considering an attorney then your matter is of extreme importance. Our response will be prompt, discreet and with the care and understanding that you deserve. Schedule an appointment with our Estate Planning attorney now.
Call (201) 632-1529 or complete our online contact form to schedule a consultation.