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Changing Your Estate Plan Once COVID-19 Is Controlled

Reevaluating Your Estate Plan After the COVID-19 Crisis Has Subsided New Jersey has been one of the hardest-hit states in the country by COVID-19. While there have been over 12,000 coronavirus deaths in the Garden State, new cases are finally starting to drop. New Jersey residents who updated their estate plans...

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Making an Advance Medical Directive During the COVID-19 Crisis

Designing an Advance Medical Directive During the Pandemic Only about one-third of all Americans have advanced directives in place describing what care they want if they become seriously ill or injured. With millions of people infected with COVID-19, an advance medical directive is more important now than ever....

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Key Assets for Estate Planning During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Estate Planning Amidst COVID-19: Your Most Important Assets Many estate planning lawyers in New Jersey and throughout the United States are hard at work helping their clients establish and update their estates in these uncertain times. After all, 58% of American adults have no estate planning documents at...

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How Documents Can Be Notarized Remotely During COVID-19

Remote Notary Laws for COVID-19 As confirmed COVID-19 cases in the United States approach 1.5 million, state governments are seeking ways to allow life to continue safely. Part of that effort involves passing remote notary laws that allow documents to be notarized digitally rather than the customary in-person method,...

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These Estate Planning Documents Are Essential During COVID-19

Important Estate Planning Documents During COVID-19 With COVID-19 spreading across the globe, many people are starting to think about the "what if" scenarios in their lives. After all, there have been more than 1.5 million reported cases in the U.S. Before you start to worry, there are some essential documents that...

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Can You Still Finalize a Will or Trust During the COVID-19 Crisis?

Important Estate Planning Documents During COVID-19 With COVID-19 spreading across the globe, many people are starting to think about the "what if" scenarios in their lives. After all, there have been more than 1.5 million reported cases in the U.S. Before you start to worry, there are some essential documents that...

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Why You Need a Revocable Living Trust Right Now

Signing and Notarizing Wills During the Pandemic The most common reason a will is contested is because someone claims it was not properly executed, so you need to carefully observe notarization and signing laws if you want to spare your loved ones any legal issues following your passing. However, creating a will that...

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Understanding How COVID-19 May Affect Estate Planning

COVID-19 Makes Revocable Living Trusts More Attractive New Jersey has 21 counties, and the courthouses in all of them closed during the COVID-19 lockdown. Since probate depends entirely on the court, estate owners should opt for a process that eliminates the need for judges to supervise the distribution of assets....

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Taking Advantage of the Down Market for Estate Planning

Make Sure Your Estate Plan Is Prepared for Coronavirus With over 2.6 million confirmed cases worldwide, almost everyone is guaranteed to be affected by COVID-19 eventually. Though there is no guarantee that you will catch the disease or suffer dangerous complications from it, these unusual times are still a great...

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Getting an Estate Plan in Place Quickly

Being Opportunistic With Estate Planning During COVID-19 COVID-19 has unleashed a wave of selling on Wall Street, which has negatively affected stock asset values. The stock market is off nearly 20% as of late April 2020, and the economy seems headed for a long period of uncertainty. You should review your estate...

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