Personal Injury Lawyer/Attorney: South Plainfield, NJ

Choosing the Wrong Personal Injury Lawyer can Hurt

Experiencing an injury at work or through the irresponsibility of another can be very demoralizing and stressful.  However, it is very important to select the best lawyer for your case without letting emotion or feeling like you need to make a quick decision cloud your judgment.

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Estate Planning – Don’t Put off Until Tomorrow What You Can Do Today!

Estate Planning is one of those areas where everyone agrees that it is important and it is something that should be done, but it tends to get put off until the magical “one day” arrives!

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Real Estate Lawyer/Attorney – South Plainfield NJ

Real Estate Purchase or Sale

Spring is just around the corner and with it will come the annual sprint to buy real estate.  With the weather improving, home buyers are getting out to look and deciding if changing homes is the right decision for them.

Buying a home is usually one of the largest purchases that you will make in your lifetime. So, it is smart and important to protect yourself by seeking the assistance of a Real Estate attorney.

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Never Too Young

We often get the question, am I too young to write a Will? At Lanza Law, the answer is no.  We believe that its better to be over prepared than not prepared enough.  As long as you are 18 years of age, and feel protective of something in your life – whether it be your small business, your home, or your child, than a Will makes sense for you.

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Estate Planning/Living Trust Attorney South Plainfield

Do You Need a Living Trust

A living trust is a written legal document through which your assets are placed into a trust for your benefit during your lifetime and then transferred to designated beneficiaries at your death by your chosen representative, or trustee.

A Living Trust Avoids Probate

One of the first benefits of a living trust is that it avoids probate. A living trust does not go through probate, which often means a faster distribution of assets to your heirs—from months or years with a will down to weeks with a living trust. Read more

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