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Many people fail to realize that the law in NJ states that even a spouse does not get all of the other spouses
assets unless they specifically give them those assets in a Will or Trust.  In NJ a spouse if no will or other
testamentary document exists, in simplified terms will only be entitled to approximately 1/3 of the other spouses
assets (assuming the spouses live together at the time of death).  Furthermore this amount can be reduced by
funeral expenses and other debts owed by the estate.  Don't let this happen to you, plan your Will or Estate Plan
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If you die without a Will the State of
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Don't Be Fooled and Spend $5K
or More for an Estate Plan:  The
Law Has Changed.  You May Not
Need an Extensive Estate Plan
and only a Will to protect your
assets, if your Estate is valued at
less than 5.45 Million in NJ:

On January 1, 2018 NJ Eliminated the
Estate Tax.  With the Federal Estate
Tax now at $5.45 Million, most NJ
residents won't be subject to an Estate
Tax when they die.   Thus a Simple Will
may be fine for you.  NJ Still does have
an inheritance tax with only the
following beneficiary's being exempt but
if the people you plan to leave your
assets to are listed below no
inheritance tax will be assessed:
  • Surviving spouses
  • Surviving domestic or civil partners
  • Children and subsequent direct
    descendants (grandchildren, great-
    grandchildren, etc.)
  • Parents and other direct ancestors
    (grandparents, great-grandparents, etc.)
  • Step-children (but not subsequent step-
    descendants)
  • Qualified charities
  • Religious, educational, and medical
    institutions
  • Non-profit benevolent and scientific
    institutions
  • The State of New Jersey
However, Without a properly drafted Will the
beneficiary's you want to receive your money may
never get it, thus the reason to plan your Will today!