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Maximize inheritance for your heirs with proper estate planning

In our blog post last week, we let our readers know that New Jersey isn't one of the states that is lowering estate taxes. This might have some of our readers wondering how they can ensure that their heirs don't get stuck with hefty tax bills when they receive their share of the estate. As much as we would like to give our readers an easy answer about estate planning, the truth is that estate planning is a situation-specific endeavor.

When you are trying to decide how to handle your estate, you have some broad options. You can give your heirs their inheritance now, you can write out a will to instruct how you assets should be disbursed when you pass away, or you can create trusts to handle the change over of your assets. Each of those options has good points and bad points that you must consider.

One important point about an estate plan is that isn't usually isn't single-faceted. That is, you don't have to use only one method. You can have a will and trusts. You can give away some assets now and leave the rest in trusts. You can have a combination of all three.

We can work with you to let you know some of the options for your estate. We can let you know what options you can use to minimize the amount of estate taxes your loved ones are left paying. We can help you figure out how to make the transfer of assets to your loved ones as easy as possible. You don't have to guess how to make an estate plan on your own. We are here to help you make your wishes known.

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