Caring New Jersey and Pennsylvania Estate Planning Lawyers

Wills | Trusts | Powers of Attorney | Advance Medical Directives

Whether you are nearing retirement or have just started your career, and whether you’re married or single, it’s important to put an effective estate plan in place to ensure the orderly distribution of your estate and minimize the hardship on your loved ones. You don’t want to wait to put your estate plan together until an unexpected life event makes it a necessity. The sooner you start, the less expensive the process will be, and the more clearly you can plan for any contingency. Don’t fail to plan, or it’ll be like planning to fail.

In most instances, estate planning isn’t something you want to do on your own. You want an experienced and knowledgeable attorney to help you protect your rights and achieve your objectives.

At Timothy Rice Estate and Elder Law firm, in Voorhees, NJ Camden county, we bring nearly a quarter of a century of experience to people in New Jersey and Pennsylvania who need guidance with estate planning. We understand how important these issues are to you, and we’ll offer sage and effective counsel to help you put your estate plan in place. We know how difficult it can be to contemplate end-of-life decisions, and strive to always provide caring, respectful and compassionate counsel.

To learn more about our estate planning services, contact our office online or call us at 856-782-8450 to schedule an appointment.

Our Estate Planning Practice

When you retain our firm to help you put an effective estate plan in place, we’ll start by gathering as much information as we can about your financial situation, as well as your goals. Tim Rice and his legal team will carefully explain the different strategies, including the preparation of wills or trusts, the re-titling of assets to avoid probate, and the use of lifetime gifts.

Once you have determined which approach best suits your needs, we will carefully prepare and execute all documents necessary to institute your plan, including:

  • Simple or complex wills
  • Any type of trust—living or testamentary, revocable or irrevocable, marital or special needs trusts
  • Powers of attorney that give others authority to act on your behalf if you are incapacitated
  • Advance medical directives that specify the type of medical care you want to receive if you cannot make your own decisions

Contact Our Office

To discuss your estate planning concerns with experienced and skilled attorneys, contact our office via e-mail or call us at 856-782-8450.

Licensed to Practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania

We represent clients throughout New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania, including Camden, Burlington, Gloucester, Atlantic, Ocean, Monmouth, Cape May and Philadelphia Counties.