The Micklin Law Group Can Help You with Your Estate Planning Needs
Developing an estate plan is a smart way to plan for the future, protect our loved ones and make sure that your wishes are carried out. At The Micklin Law Group we help people create smart estate plans that give you peace of mind. Our estate planning expertise equips us to do this simply and effectively. We include all the details that will help you keep your assets safe and secure.
Legal Counsel for NJ Guardianships
Trust Administration & Probate
When a family loses a loved one, the deceased's estate frequently will go through the county court's probate process to finalize the payment of all outstanding debts and to distribute the remaining assets. NJ probate law can be confusing and the administrative process is complicated. If you recently lost a loved one it would likely be the last thing you want to do; an experienced probate lawyer can help your family resolve all outstanding issues regarding their estate quickly, efficiently and at a reasonable cost.
The Micklin Law Group offers expert legal assistance in the following areas:
The Micklin Law Group is committed to resolving clients' probate proceedings quickly and efficiently, while protecting remaining assets and distributing those assets to beneficiaries as rapidly as possible.
Contesting a Will
What are legitimate grounds for contesting a will?
Contesting a will is a difficult and often expensive process, which must be paid out of pocket by the individual. However, there are certain cases where actual legal grounds may be relavent to the case. There are four points to consider when contesting a will for validity.
If you feel as though your particular case falls under one of these four categories you should consider contesting.
Brad Micklin, senior member of Micklin Law Group, is a NJ attorney specializing in complicated probate and family law.
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