Are you looking for an experienced estate lawyer or need assistance in wealth planning?
Your estate & wealth planning advice should be trusted to an experienced attorney. If not, you may be risking your family’s financial security or your wishes for the ease, comfort, and savings of avoiding the attorney’s office.
For instance, drafting your own Will often creates more problems than it solves. Probate may be made more difficult. Post-mortem legal fees may be increased. You may find “death taxes” apply when they could have been reduced or avoided. Your beneficiaries may not be afforded options that could have been available to them, or worse yet, the State may decide to whom your assets will go upon your demise.
At Drescher & Cheslow, P.A., our attorneys have been concentrating on estate & wealth planning for 40+ years. We can help to advise you on sound estate and gift planning strategies to meet your goals and minimize your family’s tax exposure.
Call (732)-972-1600 today to speak to one of our skilled Estate & Wealth Planning Attorneys. Located in Manalapan (Monmouth County, NJ), Cranford (Union County, NJ) and Midtown Manhattan (New York, NY). Drescher & Cheslow represents clients throughout the State of New Jersey & New York including but not limited to Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Essex, Somerset, Morris, Hudson and Ocean counties.
If you have been appointed as the Executor or Administrator of your loved one’s Estate, you will be responsible to collect estate assets, pay creditor claims and distribute to beneficiaries, as well as incurring other tasks, such as filing an estate or inheritance tax return. Getting skilled professionals to assist you may be the smartest choice you make as the personal representative of an estate. That is when the services of an experienced law firm like Drescher & Cheslow can benefit you most.
The lawyers at Drescher & Cheslow have over 40 years of experience helping clients administer estates, perform proper accountings for the beneficiaries and to file the necessary tax returns with the government. From your first day as the estate’s personal representative, we will be there to help you gather the information necessary to prepare these returns. That could be a routine process, such as the valuation of stocks and bonds and the residence of the Decedent, or a far more complex situation, such as valuing closely held business entities. In either situation, Drescher & Cheslow is there every step of the way to guide you through the process.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions!
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