HELP WITH PROBATE & ESTATE ADMINISTRATION
Coping with the loss of someone you love is one of life’s biggest challenges. Often, the pain of loss can feel devastating and make it difficult to sleep, eat, or even think straight. These are normal reactions to significant loss. But while there is no right or wrong way to grieve, there are estate and probate tasks that must be accomplished in a timely way to administer the estate.
Do not be Overwhelmed by Probate & Estate Administration
The probate attorneys and paralegals at Bercik Law will work tirelessly to explain and guide you step by step through the process to help minimize any distress. We will give your options to choose that may help protect the you, the estate and the heirs.
Bercik Law is experience in
Probate and Estate Litigation
Contesting a will? Will contests remain one of the most commonly recognized practices in probate litigation.
Challenging a will can occur on different bases including contesting a will, Wills obtained by fraud, and claims against fiduciaries.
Estate planning is a process.
It involves people—your family, other individuals, and in some cases charitable organizations of your choice.
It also involves your assets
Probate and Estate Administration
Estate administration is a detailed legal process with a lot of paperwork and rigid deadlines.
The executor of an estate should keep organized and thorough estate records
Conservatorships and Adult Guardianships
When an adult has not planned for the potential of physical or mental incapacitation through means such as a trust, power of attorney, or health care directive a legal guardian may become necessary.
Understanding the complexities of guardianship disputes can be difficult without the assistance of an attorney.
Please tell us more, we’re here to listen…
There is no cost for contacting our firm.
We understand that the disputes facing you can seem daunting. It is our goal to put you at ease.
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Shrewsbury, NJ 07702
N.J. Omitted Spouse Law – I’m not inheriting my husband’s estate because his will was made before our marriage.
New Jersey Omitted Spouse Statute. If your husband’s or wife’s will was made before your marriage the Omitted Spouse statute may be the solution to
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