New Providence, NJ Trusts and Estates Attorneys

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  • John O. McManus
  • Principal at McManus & Associates
  • New Providence, NJ U.S.A.
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  • Gary K. Koos
  • New Providence, NJ U.S.A.
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  • Scott Taylor Burgess
  • Member at Scott T. Burgess
  • New Providence, NJ U.S.A.
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  • Meri-Beth Robertson
  • Member at Robertson & Robertson PC
  • New Providence, NJ U.S.A.
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  • Jane Carro Tiboni
  • Member at Tiboni & Tiboni, LLP
  • New Providence, NJ U.S.A.
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  • Joseph B. Tiboni
  • Member at Tiboni & Tiboni, LLP
  • New Providence, NJ U.S.A.
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Trusts and Estates in New Providence, NJ

Trusts and estates attorneys work with clients of all ages to craft estate planning strategies that help protect and preserve a client's wealth; ensure an individual's legacy; minimize federal and state estate taxes; ensure that beneficiaries receive the bequests to which they are entitled; and make contingency plans for raising young children if parents die prematurely or are unable to care for their offspring. Trusts and estates lawyers can offer advice and guidance on essential estate planning documents and tools, including the last will and testament, trusts, legal and financial power of attorney, and advance directives (including healthcare power of attorney and living will). Don't delay when it comes to estate planning, regardless of your age, the size of your estate or whether you have a family, you should meet with a trusts and estates law firm today.