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Lawyer Serving Montville, NJ, Morris County, Bergen County, Passaic County, and Hudson County

Wills and Trusts

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Our firm provides free consultations to any person interested in creating a Will or Trust. Please contact us today for your free consultation 201-819-0030 or cardilelaw@gmail.com

Will And Trust Lawyer in Montville, NJ

Consult with one of the will and trust attorneys from Cardile Law today to ensure the future of your family is secure. We offer clients in North Jersey unique solutions to make sure every detail of their estate is accounted for. Whether you are looking to draft a Will or establish a trust fund for a child or grandchild, we are the firm to count on. Call us today to get a comprehensive assessment of your estate from one of our trusted attorneys.

Planning for the disposition of one’s assets upon death is a difficult topic to discuss. However, if a person dies intestate without a Will their property will be distributed according to a statutory scheme designed by the legislature. That is why it is important to express your wishes in a formal Will so your property will be distributed to the people you desire to receive the property.

 

What is a living Will?

 

A Living Will also known as an advanced healthcare directive is a document that details a person’s desire for medical treatment in circumstances in which they are unable to give informed consent. Essentially the document explains whether you would like to be kept on life support in the event it is unlikely you will recover or will remain in persistent vegetative state. It only takes effect when you are unable to communicate your desires.

What is a will?

 

A will is a document that controls the disposition of one’s estate upon one’s death. A will only becomes effective upon one’s death.

 

What is an estate?

 

An estate is all the real and personal property that a person owns at the time of their death.

 

What property can be disposed of by Will?

 

Any property can be disposed of by will. Regardless of size or value. A person’s house may be disposed of by will or personal item such as a watch. You can even distribute a family heirloom by Will.

 

What property cannot be disposed of by Will?

 

Certain insurances policies that have a designated beneficiary and Joint property such as homes owned jointly or joint bank accounts.

 

What is a Trust?

 

A Trust is a document that creates rules that you would like the trustee to follow for property that is held in Trust for your beneficiaries.

Detail Orientated Will and Trust Attorney

Our Firm is experienced in every aspect of drafting Wills and other Estate matters, including:

  • Wills

  • Power of Attorneys

  • Probate

  • Estate Tax Returns

  • Healthcare Directives

  • Estate Litigation

  • Trusts

  • Living Wills

  • Assisting Executors and Administrators with Estate Issues

 

Our firm provides free consultations to any person interested in creating a Will or Trust. Please contact us today to schedule your free consultation 973-227-2303 or cardilelaw@gmail.com

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973-227-2303
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201-819-0030

ADDRESS

Cardile Law

​​170 Changebridge Rd Unit B-2 Montiville, NJ 07045

EMAIL

Cardilelaw@gmail.com

Fax

973-276-0234