Estate Planning, WIlls & Trust

A Last Will is used to distribute property to beneficiaries, specify last wishes, and name guardians for minor children. It is an important part of any estate plan. Without one, the courts will make these critical decisions for you.
A Living Trust is used to transfer property to beneficiaries. But unlike a last will, a living trust is not subject to probate court, which can take years and cost thousands in court fees. At the Genia C. Philip Law Firm a Last Will and Testament will name guardians for minor children and specify last wishes.
A Living Will lets you outline important healthcare decisions in advance, such as whether or not to remain on artificial life support.  Living wills prepared by the Genia C. Philip Law Firm includes a complimentary Health Care Power of Attorney that allows you to appoint someone you trust to make critical health care decisions for you.
We look forward to working with you to ensure the effective resolution of your Estate Planning, Wills or Trust matter.  Please contact us at (973) 645-1500 to schedule a consultation appointment. 
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