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Your family should not be left with having to straighten out your affairs after you are gone. of Keyport, New Jersey, is a general practice law firm serving the legal needs of the Bay Shore Community for more than 75 years. Our estate attorneys provide a comprehensive focus on all aspects of probate and the administration of estates. From wills and living wills to trusts and powers of attorney, we

assist you in providing for your family's future. Make your final wishes part of the legal record with assistance from our estate attorneys in Keyport, New Jersey.

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As summer draws to a close and school openings approach, the legal issues we put off can now be addressed.
Kantor and Linderoth is a general practice law firm that can assist you in addressing these matters, as we have for the last 90 years. Please call for an appointment at 732-264-9300 or reach us at our email address of [email protected].


Summer means great weather and outdoor fun. It can also mean traffic tickets and accidents. Kantor & Linderoth can help you in municipal court or if you are hurt in accident. Call us at 732-264-9300.


Getting divorced greatly affects your estate and its distribution under the law. Kantor & Linderoth can help both with assisting you through the divorce process, and afterwards with prope estate planning .


Spring time is often the best time to review one's estate plans. Please call to arrange a comprehensive review of your situation so you can stay current with your long-term goals.


While the disposition of an estate is often thought of as something for people with significant assets, people of all wealth levels can benefit from putting together an estate plan.


No matter your situation, everybody needs a will. This will ensure that your assets are properly distributed and your children, if they are minors, have pre-selected guardians. Even if you have a trust, you still need a will to take care of any holdings outside that trust.


Did you know that, in some instances, a revocable living trust can also function as a power of attorney? If you're interested in this, it's important that we discuss this in detail to ensure everything is properly worded.


One way to ensure that your family has access to your assets in the event you become incapacitated is to appoint a durable power of attorney. This names another person as your agent, who has the authority to make decisions regarding any property you weren't able to transfer to your living trust.


When it comes to estate planning, an irrevocable life insurance trust (ILIT) is one way to protect your assets. Essentially, this removes insurance proceeds from your estate for federal estate tax purposes.


In simple terms, an estate plan outlines who your assets are distributed to, when they're distributed and how they're distributed.


Did you know that leaving all your assets to your spouse isn't always the best approach to take when it comes to estate planning? This way, you don't use your estate tax exemption and instead increase your surviving spouse's taxable estate, which could lead to your children paying more in estate taxes.


The idea behind estate planning is to make sure that whatever assets you leave behind go to the people or charitable organizations of your choosing. If there is no will, the laws of your state decide which of your relatives get your assets.


There are three basic elements to consider when planning out your estate. First, you need to determine who you want to inherit your assets, next who you want to handle your affairs if you ever become incapacitated, and finally who you want to make your medical decisions.


There are exceptions to the federal gift tax rules. While $13,000 is the limit on gifts with no tax obligation, you can make unlimited gifts to your spouse, to pay for college tuition, to any charity or to a political organization without having to pay taxes on that gift.


Estate planning experts recommend that all people give a trusted friend or relative the power of attorney. This document allows that person to make legal decisions on your behalf, should you become physically or mentally incompetent before your death.


One critical part of your estate is your will. Despite the importance of having a will, many Americans die "intestate" or without a will in place.


It's recommended that you review your will periodically over the years, particularly if your marital status changes. At the same time, it's a good idea to revisit your beneficiaries for your life insurance and retirement policies as well.


One way to minimize the amount of taxes you may have to pay when you die is to make donations. An estate planning attorney can explain that there is a limit on a single yearly gift to a person or corporation of $13,000.

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Our hours have changed for Fridays. We are now open 8 AM to 1 PM on Fridays. We remain open on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 8 AM to 5 PM, and Wednesday from 8 AM to 7 PM. Call for an appointment at 732-264-9300.


Check our new expanded hours. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 8 AM to 5 PM, Wednesday from 8 AM to 7 PM, and Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM.


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Our staff is ready to assist you, with prompt attention , responsive phone calls, and true understanding.


Our office hours are Monday to Friday from 9AM to 5 PM. Please call for an appointment.


The weather is great in Keyport. Stop by and say hello!


We can help you if you need a will, or help with an estate.

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Buying or selling a house? Give us a call!


If you have an auto accident, a fall, or any type of mishap where you are injured, call us at 732-264-9300


We can help with all types of family law matters, from adoption to divorce.


Call us if you receive a traffic ticket.


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Kantor & Linderot.h Esqs is a general practice law firm located at 58 West Front Street, Keyport NJ. Call us at 732-264-9300


58 West Front Street PO Box 42
Keyport, NJ

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 1pm


(732) 264-9300


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