Will Lawyers in the USA


Will Lawyers in the USA ► Other Countries




Will Lawyers USA - Recent Legal Articles

  • Why Everyone Should Have a Will

    Everyone should have a will to ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes. Since the purpose of a will is to make clear your final wishes, it is important to consult a professional during this process to ensure this complicated process produces a clear and concise, legal document.

  • Duties and Role of an Executor

    Your friend calls you up one day and says that he is writing his will. He asks if you will be willing to serve as executor. What should you say? Before you answer that question, you should know about the duties you will be responsible for if you choose to act as executor. Let's discuss what you should consider.

  • Estate Planning - Is a Trust Right for You?

    Determining whether a Trust is right for you and your family can be a difficult decision. There are many factors which come into play and no estate plan is right for everyone.

  • Inheritance Issues- Family Not Cooperating, What Are My Options?
      by HG.org

    Inheritances have specific rules that make them different than other kinds of assets. For example, an inheritance is usually treated as separate property, even in community property estates. If family friction has begun due to friction of learning about a future inheritance, steps can be made in the estate planning process to minimize conflict. Additionally, steps can also be taken after the testator dies to help deal with family problems.

  • Initial Steps to Take When a Loved One Dies

    When a loved one dies, the last thing that you want to do is to think about business. Having a checklist available during this stressful time can be very helpful and can help you remain calm while you are healing.

  • If I Have Only a Small Estate, Do I Need More Than a Will to Meet My Estate Planning Needs?

    The overall purpose of estate planning involves more than just passing your assets to your heirs at death.

  • New Jersey Estate & Inheritance Tax: Reducing the Size of the Estate Through Gifting

    New Jersey is one of only a few states that impose both an inheritance tax and a state estate tax. The inheritance tax applies when someone who lived in New Jersey, or owned property there, leaves property to someone who isnít a close relative. The tax rate depends on how closely the inheritors and deceased person were related.

  • New Jersey Estate Tax: The Uninvited Guest

    New Jersey collects both an inheritance tax and its own estate tax, separate from the federal estate tax.

  • Cut Out of the Will, What Can I Do?
      by HG.org

    Losing someone you were close to is always difficult. But, it can be all the worse when you find that the lost loved one may have cut you out of their will, either intentionally, accidentally, or as a result of someone exerting undue influence over the person before their death. So what can you do it you get cut out of a will?

  • Top 5 Things to Consider Adding to an Estate Plan
      by HG.org

    For most, estate planning is not an enjoyable experience. For many it is a recognition of their own mortality. For others, it is simply an exercise in annoyance and frustration as one tries to navigate the complicated twists and turns of tax laws, healthcare regulations, trust laws, etc. To make things simpler, the following is a list of the top 5 things you should consider adding to your estate plan.


Find a Local Lawyer