The concept of Medicaid planning has grown in popularity over the last decade or so. Many New Jersey residents may have heard about Medicaid planning but may not be fully aware of what it entails.
As this blog has discussed on previous occasions, executors of estates in New Jersey have a lot of things that they need to do. Many of the items on their to-do list are legal requirements that come with important deadlines or timeframes.
One of the hardest things about falling ill is not being in control. Even if a health issue incapacitates you, you still want your wishes met. You’ve thought about everything else – your will, your estate – why not make your medical requests known, too?
New Jersey residents who stand to benefit from a loved one's estate or trust have to put a lot of faith in the executor of the estate or, in the case of a trust, in the trustee.