Is your Estate in order should you perish?

Is your family prepared to handle your affairs should you become incapacitated? 

During these uncertain times in New Jersey, with the increasing uncertainty of the current COVID-19, South Jersey’s Estate Planning Law Firm have recommend updating all your Estate Documents for all the adult members of your family. 

Ask a lawyer for estate planning assistance to update these essential documents, you can contact South Jersey’s Wills & Trusts Law Firm at (856)727-1777 for a legal consultation. 

During the telephone consultation all the necessary information regarding your estate will be obtained. 

Once the documents are prepared, you will be contacted to come in for an office consultation to execute them.

When a family suffers the lose of a loved one, the Last Will and Testament should be probated. When Estate documents in Burlington County, Gloucester County, Mercer County or Camden County are not prepared properly someone could contest probate. 

Get professional help from a probate lawyer.

Estate Documents include:

  • Last Will & Testaments
  • Codicils
  • Living Wills
  • Healthcare Directives
  • Power of Attorney (POA)
  • Revocable Trust
  • Irrevocable Trust
  • Children Guardianship
  • Probate Last Will &  Testament
  • Contest a Probated Will 

Legal Documents

Last Will & Testaments

Q. What is a Last Will & Testament? 

A. A legal document, also known as a Will, provides specific instructions for what should happen to your assets after death. You can modify, update, or even completely revoke your Last Will & Testament at any time as long as you're mentally competent.


Q. What is a Codicil? 

A. A legal document that changes specific provisions of a Last Will & Testament, but leaves all the other provisions the same.

Living Will

Q. What is a Living Will? 

A. A directive to physicians or healthcare providers that states your wishes for end-of-life medical care, in case you become unable to communicate your decisions.

Power of Attorney

Q. What does Power of Attorney mean?

A. A Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal document giving the person of your choosing the power to act in broad legal authority, or limited authority, to make legal decisions about your property, finances or medical care. A Power of Attorney is null and void at the time of death.