New Jersey recognizes handwritten wills, which means you can write yours without visiting a will attorney. However, without legal knowledge and experience, a handwritten will could create legal problems for your heirs.
Prevent problems by visiting Adams, Cassese & Papp L.L.C. We can help you with:
Powers of attorney
Gift tax laws
Are you an heir or executor facing a will contest? An estate attorney in Woodbridge, NJ can offer legal advice and representation. Call today to schedule an appointment.
Make sure your will is valid by getting help from a reputable estate attorney. A DIY will could be invalid or contested if:
Your will contradicts itself or other wills that haven't been revoked.
Your family structure has changed since the last time you updated your will.
You altered your will and didn't have the changes witnessed and signed.
Avoid these problems by sitting down with a will attorney in Woodbridge, New Jersey.