Trusts Lawyer in Newark
New Jersey Estate Planning Lawyers Ready to Help
Planning for the eventual distribution of your assets after death is important for everyone with responsibilities and concerns such as family, business and charitable interests. Through the establishment of a trust, you have the ability to provide a legacy in a way that will minimize taxation, minimize hassles and avoid taking assets through probate court.
Each person, married couple and business owner has unique circumstances and concerns regarding asset distribution after their death. Talk to a lawyer who has years of experience handling estate planning for a wide range of individuals with complex financial portfolios. Established in 1955, Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin & Plaza, Attorneys at Law is well regarded as a trustworthy source of legal counsel and services.
Contact us to schedule a consultation regarding any type of trust that you may be considering, including:
- Living trusts
- Irrevocable trusts
- Revocable trusts
- Bypass trusts
- Trusts for minors
- Charitable remainder trusts
- Family limited partnerships
- Annuity trusts
- Life insurance trusts
- Special needs trusts
Trusts enable family members and business partners to designate assets discreetly and efficiently. As one of the trustees of a living trust until the time of your death, you maintain control over your property. A trust is a useful tool for transferring assets to an institution such as your alma mater, a religious group or a charitable organization. A joint trust can be structured to create separate trusts upon the death of you or your spouse.
Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin & Plaza, Attorneys at Law is a full-service law firm in Newark and New York providing estate planning services, including drafting of
wills and trusts. A thorough discussion of your objectives and goals will be our guide for drafting
estate planning documents including complex wills and trusts.
Contact us to schedule a consultation regarding wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care directives and any other key components of estate planning.