Protecting Your Legacy With Estate Planning

Estate planning is not reserved for just for those who are very wealthy. Any adult aged 18 or older who is mentally sound can create an estate plan. Planning now to protect your legacy can save your family — or the courts — from having to make decisions on your behalf if you become suddenly disabled and cannot take care of yourself. If you are a parent of minor children, your estate plan can express who you wish to become guardian of your children in the event you are no longer able to care for them.

If you do not create an estate plan, your assets — your real and personal property — could end up being distributed to your heirs under New Jersey or New York intestate laws when you pass away. This means you would not choose who receives your bounty; a little-known relative could inherit your property. With no will, the state's probate laws govern how the court will distribute your assets. At Rogan & Associates LLC, our attorneys help clients preserve their legacy and protect their assets with our comprehensive estate planning services.

Comprehensive And Personalized Legal Documents For Your Peace Of Mind

We tailor each client's estate plan to reflect their needs now and for the future of their loved ones. We provide counsel and draft important estate documents including:

We work to help our clients maximize the benefits of estate planning so they have the sense of security and peace of mind that comes from knowing they have expressed their intentions clearly in legal documents.

Contact Our Experienced Lawyers To Safeguard Your Legacy

At Rogan & Associates LLC, our trusted attorneys can help you make important decisions and choices about how to preserve your wealth, select an agent for your future health care decisions if you are unable to speak for yourself, set an executor and keep control of all that you worked hard for during your life. Call our office in Hackensack today at 201-289-8231 or complete our online form to schedule an appointment. We serve clients in New Jersey and New York.