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McCurrie McCurrie
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Kearny, NJ 07032-3010
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Don't put off making your estate plan or will

Planning for your family is something that many people do without thinking. Working and supporting them is often a top priority. But, have you made plans to take care of them if something happens to you? For some, that answer is something along the lines of "not yet" or "I will later." Sadly for some, the day comes when they are taken from the Earth, and there isn't a plan in place for their family members.

Having an estate plan is one of the ways that you can ensure that your family is taken care of in the best way possible when you are gone. For residents of New Jersey, having a will set up is one way to outline what should happen when they are gone.

We understand that making a will and completing an estate plan is an emotional journey. We understand that those decisions are sometimes difficult to make. We want to help you to create a comprehensive estate plan that will take the worry away from your loved ones during their time of grief.

When you make an estate plan, you should outline who will get which of your possessions, but that isn't all. You should also include documents that cover your wishes for your final days, such as whether you want life sustaining support or not.

By making the decisions regarding your estate now, you can save your family members a lot of trouble down the road. Any estate plan must be conveyed in a clear and legal manner so that your loved ones can settle the estate quickly after you are gone so they can move forward with their new normal.

Source: McCurrie McCurrie & McCurrie, LLC, "Wills and Trusts" Sep. 11, 2014

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