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How To Contest a Will in New Jersey

Author: Richard Miller

How To Contest a Will in New Jersey

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A will directs how one’s estate should be distributed after a person passes away.   Ordinarily, a will is admitted to probate and the wishes of the decedent are followed without issue.  However, there are occasions where the validity of

How to Become a Legal Guardian in New Jersey

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When a loved one loses the ability to make informed and reasonable decisions, pursuing a guardianship may become necessary. A guardianship appoints one or more individuals to handle the affairs of another. Guardianship requires a court proceeding and ongoing judicial

Small Estate Threshold Raised in New York

Probate and administration proceedings in New York State can be time-consuming and costly, but New York law allows for a simplified proceeding called voluntary administration for small estates with a value below a certain threshold.  Recently, the threshold was expanded


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