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Including a Letter of Final Wishes in a will

New Jersey residents may be familiar with a non-legal estate planning document known as a Letter of Final Wishes. This document provides a way for the testator to express their wishes pertaining to important personal issues not stated in the will. When writing an LFW, it is recommended that the testator arrange it into several different sections.

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When it comes to your financial goals regarding your retirement and leaving your assets to your family in case you should become incapacitated or die, you probably want to be prepared in the best way possible. For this reason, our New Jersey attorneys work hard to protect the best interests of our clients. With decades of experience, our attorneys have helped our clients with creating effective estate plans, settling legal disputes regarding trust and estate-related disputes, and assisting with the estate administration process.

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