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oseph M. Hoffmann, Esq.
Attorney at Law
Wills, Trusts, Estates & Planning
21 Main Street, Newton, NJ 07860
- We talk with you about your assets to see if there are
any tax or inheritance issues. We do not sell
- We answer all of your questions about Wills, estates,
trusts and probate law.
- We let you know the current
New Jersey and federal
estate and inheritance tax laws, regulations and
- We prepare the planning documents that you need,
as your Last Will and Testament, Power of Attorney,
Medical Power of Attorney and Living Will. Most of our
are sent to them within a day or two.
- We give you guidance on whether any of your heirs would
benefit from a “Special Needs Trust”
to protect their benefits.
- We help you with guardians for any minor or disabled children.
- We enable a separate list to give family heirlooms
to the people you love, without changing your Will.
- We can set up your plan so that your family does not have to go through a complex
estate administration or purchase any bonding.
- We help you understand the role of executors and trustees and select them. We
prepare trusts, if appropriate for tax, asset protection or beneficiary needs. Because trusts vary in complexity, we do charge
extra for these services.
- We explain Medicaid benefits to you, if appropriate.
- We make sure that your documents are properly signed
notarized and finalized and that you know how to keep and use them.
- We have over thirty years expertise and always appreciate referrals.
Law Offices of Joseph M. Hoffmann
Attorney at Law
21 Main Street
Newton, New Jersey 07860
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Joseph M. Hoffmann, Esq. is a Lawyer who represents clients in New Jersey and serves:
All of Northern NJ including: Sussex County | Warren County | Morris County | Passaic County | Somerset County | Union County | Newton | Andover | Sparta | Branchville
Morristown | Vernon | Sussex | West Milford | Hopatcong | Rockaway | Dover | Mt. Olive | Hackettstown | Randolph |
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