We all know we need wills. For some of us, our main concern is who is going to take care of our children if something happens to us. For others, we want to make sure our assets go to our intended beneficiaries. Still others want to save money on taxes, court costs and fees, and ensure the least amount of familial strife after our deaths. Similarly, you can protect assets against future mental or physical incapacity and the catastrophic costs of long-term medical and nursing care.
Without a Will, the State of New Jersey will decide who will raise your children and who will receive your assets.
Families need wills in NJ
How Does The Planning Process Work?
Every Client is different. At BMC we ensure that your Will and Estate Plan are tailored to your particular needs and wishes. In the first meeting, one of our BMC attorneys or paralegals will talk to you about what you want to accomplish through your Will and Estate Plan, and review the assets you have in your Estate. We will also advise you as to the various New Jersey and Federal estate planning devices that are available to help you reach your goals. It is our job to then create and execute the plan based upon our consultations and conversations with you.
We also have relationships with financial planners and advisers, accountants, and tax litigators to ensure that no matter what your particular Estate situation may be, we can handle it at BMC.
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