A will is an important estate planning document that can perform a number of important functions, including:
- Transferring assets and property to designated heirs
- Naming guardians for your minor children
- Designating a personal representative for your estate
- Naming a custodian to manage property for minor children
- Specifying funeral arrangements
A will should be designed with your unique goals in mind. Whether you are just starting a family and beginning to build wealth, or have significant assets and numerous heirs, your estate planning needs are different than anyone else's. At Cohen Fineman, LLC, we customize wills to achieve our clients' unique estate planning objectives.
Contact us today online or by telephone at 856-375-1738 or toll free at 800-499-3153 to arrange a consultation with an experienced South Jersey wills and trusts attorney.
Generally speaking, a trust is simply a vehicle for one person to hold money for another. A trust can perform a number of financial objectives, including protecting your property in probate, reducing estate tax liability, helping your loved ones avoid the probate process and setting aside assets for a loved one.
Our estate planning lawyers draft a wide range of trusts, including:
- Revocable trusts
- Irrevocable trusts
- Special needs trusts
- Life insurance trusts
- A/B trusts
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Last Will and Testament- is the formalized expression of your intentions concerning the disposition of your financial affairs upon your passing.
Beneficiary - is the person or persons to whom you would like to leave your assets.
Executor - is the person who will take care of winding up your financial, legal and business affairs upon your passing.
Trustee - the person who will take care of administering the financial affairs of any beneficiary whose inheritance was placed into trust because of their young age.
Guardian - the person who will take care of raising your minor children if both parents pass away before they reach the age of eighteen.
If you need help establishing a will or trust in New Jersey or eastern Pennsylvania, we are here for you. Contact us today online or by telephone at 856-375-1738 or toll free at 800-499-3153 to arrange a consultation with a knowledgeable South Jersey wills and trusts attorney.