Estate Administration and Litigation

Our attorneys regularly administer estates, representing individuals as beneficiaries of estates and trusts, executors, trustees, incapacitated persons, surviving spouses, intestate heirs, and guardians, often involving multi-million dollar trusts and estates. We assist in the preparation and filing of court documents for will probate and administrator appointments, the collection and valuation of assets, tax elections and allocations, counsel with regard to the preparation of estate and fiduciary income tax returns, and assist in examining estate and gift tax returns by the Internal Revenue Service and state taxing authorities.

Our attorneys litigate will contests regarding undue influence and diminished capacity, spousal election, and also successfully defended will contests involving complex estates. Among the issues we have addressed in estate litigation are the interpretation of estate documents, including beneficiary designations, and challenges involving gifts, trust formation, and investment decisions.

 
Richard F. Roy, Jr. to Present on Real Estate Closings in a Pandemic

Richard F. Roy, Jr. will be participating on the Real Estate Speakers panel during the upcoming July 8, 2020, Camden County Bar Association webinar entitled "Real Estate and Probate Issues In a Pandemic; Closings, Will Signings and Estate Administration".

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Anne R. Myers to Present on Advanced Employment Law

Anne R. Myers will be part of the distinguished faculty presenting at National Business Institute’s seminar, Advanced Employment Law: What you Need to Know, December 1-3, 2019.

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