When you’re appointed executor or administrator of a loved one’s estate, it’s your job to collect estate assets, pay creditor claims, and distribute money and property to beneficiaries. There will be many other time-consuming tasks, such as filing an estate or inheritance tax return. Getting skilled estate administration and trust lawyers in New Jersey to assist you may be the smartest choice you make when representing an estate. The services of an experienced estate planning law firm like Drescher & Cheslow can benefit you by helping to settle the estate as quickly and seamlessly as possible.
Our estate administration and trust lawyers have over 40 years of experience helping clients administer estates, perform proper accountings for the beneficiaries, and file the necessary tax returns with the government. From your first day as the estate’s personal representative, we’ll be there to help you gather the information required to prepare these returns. That could be a routine process, such as evaluating the decedent’s stocks, bonds, and home. It can also include a more complex situation, such as assessing business entities and changing roles for key employees or family members. In either circumstance, the attorneys at Drescher & Cheslow guide you through estate and trust administration in New Jersey every step of the way.
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