WEISS LAW, LLC         
                                       Guardianship Lawyer - New Jersey

New Jersey Guardianship Lawyer also specializing in: Special Needs Trusts, Estate Planning, Will Disputes, Conservatorships, Corporate Services, and Mediation
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Estate Planning

A Will is an integral part of estate planning.  A Will, of course, is important for distributing your estate to your named heirs and beneficiaries, as well as naming guardians and trustees for your minor children. However, usually little, if any, attention is paid to what might happen if we become disabled and no longer able to act for ourselves. 

If this does happen, the question of who will make decisions for us and what those decisions might be will become vitally important in terms of what our quality of life will be in the future. It is for this reason that a sound estate plan should take into account not only a properly prepared and thought out Last Will and Testament, but also a Durable Power of Attorney and Living Will (Advance Medical Directive). These three documents are very important and together constitute an integral part of your overall estate plan. Weiss Law has extensive experience preparing these documents and is happy to work with you in making sure the right estate plan is in place according to your particular situation.

Nina Weiss also has extensive experience in preparing Advance Directives for Mental Health which can be extremely effective in navigating decision making for an individual living with mental illness.  These documents will be prepared by the firm and then registere with the State of New Jersey.  http://www.drnj.org/pdf/PAD%20Registration.pdf