If you’ve ever been an executor of an estate, you understand that you were handed a job that was likely far more than you bargained for.
Sure, you were chosen because you’re really trustworthy. But closing an estate can be an incredible amount of hard work and extremely time consuming. There can also be differences of opinion on how you are should perform your duties from family numbers or friends. Oh, and one more thing: Unknowingly do something wrong. As an executor or administrator, you can be sued or held liable.
Usually the next question is “how much help from an attorney will I need?” NJPERC evaluates every estate individually and gives the executor or administrator the freedom to choose the amount of help they will need. Whether you need just need a coach or if you would like the attorney to administer the whole estate process, NJ PERC allows the executor choose and our services are priced accordingly. Contact NJPERC on how we can save the estate time and money.
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