This book has sold all over New Jersey since 1984. It is written for the average person to explain:
What happens when a person dies without a will, who inherits what, how the estate is administered, including schedules for bond premiums and surrogate costs.
What a will is and the purpose it serves; how it is made; what it can and cannot include, with answers to often-asked questions.
A step by step guide to the administration of an estate, including the handling of medical and funeral expenses, band accounts, life insurance, automobiles, real estate, retirement plans, stocks and bonds, business interests, as well as inventories, accounting and distributions.
State and federal estate and inheritance tax calculations and rates, executors', trustees' and guardians' commission schedules and attorneys' fees.
Estate planning techniques in the use of the will, gift, trust, joint ownership, power of attorney, living will, marriage agreements, plus some suggestions on obtaining qualified help.
This book is the author's personal response to all the intense curiosity and gross misinformation he has seen in over 37 years of law practice. It is intended as a helpful, educative guide. It is not a sales pitch or a do-it-yourself guide, as the estate area is too complicated for that.
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