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Middlesex County Estate Planning Attorneys

East Brunswick Counselors Helping Clients Protect What Matters Most

An estate plan allows anyone with assets or property they want to pass on to specific beneficiaries to control how their estate will be handled if they become incapacitated. These plans include specific instructions for medical care and finances, outlined by a collection of legally binding documents. The types of assets protected by most estate plans include vehicles, stocks, life insurance policies, bank accounts, and pensions.

If you are looking to create an estate plan to protect your assets and build a plan for their distribution once you’ve passed on, Rozin | Golinder Law can help. Our estate planning attorneys in New Brunswick will work with you to create a plan that fits your needs and prevents your assets from being lost to those acting in bad faith.

Call us at (732) 810-0034 for a free consultation.

Elements of an Estate Plan

Everyone is in a different position financially and has different wishes for their assets and property. However, any good estate plan will include most of the following elements:

  • Will: A will is a document created by a person and their attorney to direct who will receive their property at the time of their death. A will also formally appoints someone to carry these wishes out, known as an executor. Anyone with minor children can name a person to become the children’s guardian should they pass away before their children reach 18 years of age.
  • Trust: A trust is a legally binding arrangement that allows a trustee to hold the title of another person’s property, that person being called the beneficiary. Trusts allow people to avoid probate and pass property on to specific people with peace of mind.
  • Power of attorney: Anyone creating an estate plan should appoint a power of attorney to act in their place if they become incapacitated. A power of attorney can help take care of financial affairs and represent someone in court on their behalf.
  • Medical plans: An estate plan should include medical directives for people to follow if the owner of the estate becomes incapacitated. This includes items such as a healthcare proxy, medical instructions, and healthcare power of attorney. This allows someone to decide who will make medical decisions on their behalf if they are in a position where they cannot do so themselves.
  • Beneficiaries: Anyone in the process of creating an estate plan should ensure that their health insurance plan and retirement plan are updated with accurate beneficiaries listed. Without a beneficiary named, the benefits from these plans may be given to someone chosen by the courts.

Fighting for Your Protection

Rozin | Golinder is proud to offer estate planning services to help you protect your assets and put your mind at ease about your future. Estate plans allow people to have control over their financial legacies in a private and secure manner. Everyone can benefit from a comprehensive and legally sound estate plan. Contact us today at (732) 810-0034 or online to get started.

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  • Forever Grateful

    “Professional and absolutely down to earth, Mrs Rosin-Golinder and her knowledgeable staff listened to my needs and crafted a prenuptial agreement that will not only act as a safety net for my business but as piece of mind if thing don’t go as planned. With my first marriage around the corner, my first child on the way and preparing for my first mobilization , it was an amazing feeling to have something I feared and was very very uncertain of, turn out for the best. Thank you is most certainly an understatement but for the sake of expression..... THANK YOU. You definitely have a client for life. Two thumbs up LIZ!!!”

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    “Elizabeth has been representing our family for over a year now in a very sad and complicated custody case that involves the protection of my step daugter. It was a case where the original custody was out of another state. From the day we retained her she's been a godsend. Her motions and arguments reflect the personal interest she takes in every client. She's direct, honest, and very realistic. She's taken us through the temporary emergency custody process...the permanent custody process...and now the child support and contested custody process. She was instrumental in getting the jurisdiction of the child's custody granted to NJ. She has always prepared us for the worst yet we walked out with what we needed to happen each and every time. She's still fighting for this child through this last phase. Elizabeth is a true child advocate it's been apparent since day one. You never know what judges are going to decide but Elizabeth knows the laws, she knows the court room game, she develops a strategy and in my family's eyes she's a top notch attorney. I know one day soon she will climb to the ranks of one of the most powerful family attorneys in this state if she isn't alreay there. She's aggressive, smart, honest and a true talent at what she does.”

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    “I retained her after reading online reviews about her and I am so glad I believed it. I read other client comments and I truly agree with them she is an Exceptional attorney who has helped me to get my kids back to NJ, then got my TRO dismissed in a full blown FRO trial and represented me in my divorce case too. My case was extensively litigious and very volatile. The way Elizabeth handled it was TERRIFIC. She is one of the Attorneys who does not want unnecessary litigation unless the opposing party doesn't want to settle and keeps litigating and we had to go through it. She knows the LAW and very often she is able to read the Judge's mind which I have witnessed in the court order.”

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