Ritigstein Law, LLC
Comprehensive, Personalized And Approachable Legal Counsel

Trusted Haddonfield Estate Planning Counsel

Wills and trusts provide people the opportunity to reduce their wishes to writing and distribute their assets accordingly. At Ritigstein Law, we help clients throughout New Jersey give gifts to the desired parties and protect their families. A guardianship protects children, disabled adults and elderly people who are unable to care for themselves. Our lawyers represent people in Camden, Burlington and Gloucester counties.

Our Haddonfield law firm can create a will that respects your wishes and can review existing estate plans. Attorney Michael D. Ritigstein has a Masters of Law in tax law and over 17 years of legal experience. He uses his extensive knowledge to create favorable estate plans, represent clients in estate litigation and administer estates.

Understanding Trusts

A trust is a tool to protect your assets and help achieve your financial goals. A trustee executes your financial plan by controlling the flow of funds to beneficiaries. A trust may allow a person to avoid probate and minimize taxation. Our attorneys can help you determine what kind of trust best fits your situation and create a comprehensive estate plan.

Mike is an experienced attorney who creates many kinds of trusts, including but not limited to:

  • Charitable retained annuity trusts
  • Qualified personal residence trusts (QRPT)
  • Family limited partnerships (FLPs)
  • Disclaimer and credit shelter trusts
  • Revocable and irrevocable life insurance

Safeguard The Rights Of Special Needs Children And Adults

A guardianship is a legal document that allows another person to make life decisions for an individual who lacks the capacity to care for themselves. Our attorneys can prepare a guardianship application in order to protect your loved one and ensure they receive proper care. You may want to apply for a guardianship if your loved one has health issues or mental or cognitive disabilities.

A special needs trust is another tool that allows you to provide financial support to a disabled or mentally ill beneficiary. These trusts also let you give support to a person with special needs allowing them to maintain their government benefits. We can work with you to create a special needs trust that gives your disabled loved one the resources they need to maintain their lifestyle.

Learn More About Wills, Trusts And Guardianships In A Free 30-Minute Consultation

Our attorneys focus only on our clients' best interests and we have competitive legal rates. Call us now at 856-375-1473 or email our law firm to schedule your 30-minute free consultation. We answer all client messages within 24 hours of receiving them.

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