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Probate & Estate
Probate & Estate
Administering An Estate
From Outside of NJ?
It is often said that being an executor or administrator of a will is the most difficult part-time job you ever had—that you never applied for. The truth is that most people don’t know even where to start and need legal or accounting advice right away
NJ Executor is there to assist individuals who have questions regarding a relative or loved one’s estate, having access to estate professionals is the first step obtaining peace of mind.
Usually the first question an Executor or Administrator ask “Do I really need an attorney to settle the estate?” Having a legal representation to settle an estate is not necessary but in most situations it is in the executor or administrators best interest to do so.
If a executor or administrator does not have experience in preparing or filing complex state or federal tax documents, it might be a good idea to contact a professional. Contact NJEPRC to find the right trust and estate accountant professional that is right for you.
You have been named the executor of a personal estate in New Jersey. What do you do next? Acting as the executor of an estate
What Our Clients Say
Everyone at NJEPRC was professional, patient and kind during what was a very difficult time for me. I would recommend them to anyone who has to go through the probate process.
I recently was involved in the closing of my Father’s estate. It was a total nightmare. There was a second wife involved who was very uncooperative which made things very upsetting and difficult. At a loss as what to do, we contacted NJ Executor & Probate Resource Center, They were the solution to our problems. They took charge and handled the majority of the contact without a problem. The process time was greatly reduced which in turn cut down on further conflict. It allowed us to move on and close our Father’s estate with the dignity he deserved