We Understand The Ins And Outs Of Wills & Estates

New Jersey Estate Planning And Administration

Estate law is more than just creating a will and designating beneficiaries. While those are two very important parts of an estate plan, they are just the tip of the iceberg as far as what you can do to protect your assets and your legacy.

An experienced estate plan lawyer can help you plan for the immediate future and your golden years, help you protect your assets from unnecessary taxation, help your family through the probate process and help protect your wishes during estate litigation. At Robert A. Gleaner, P.C., our dedicated team can help you accomplish all that and more.

Wills, Trusts And Estates

Proper planning ensures that in the event of your death, the things you own will go to the right people, in the right amounts, at the right times. These goals can be attained by the drafting of wills, trusts, powers of attorney, advance health care directives and guardianships.

Robert A. Gleaner, P.C. can help you create a plan that suits the unique needs of you and your family. We understand that every person has different personal and financial backgrounds that require an individual approach. We don’t take a cookie-cutter approach to estate planning — instead, we listen to your wishes, evaluate your situation and work to ensure that your assets are protected now and later.

Here are just a few of the estate planning services we provide:


A will is a legal document that declares who shall inherit an individual’s assets (beneficiaries) and who is responsible for distributing the assets to beneficiaries (executor). Certain requirements must be met for a will to be legal and enforceable.

Power Of Attorney

A power of attorney is a legal document that appoints an agent to protect one’s person and property in the event of disability. There are various types of power of attorney (POA) depending on a client’s needs and preferences.

Living Will

A living will declares a person’s wishes if they are no longer able to communicate them on their own and there is no reasonable hope that they will recover or regain a meaningful quality of life. The document states the individual’s preference on medical treatments and procedures if one is unable to directly express their wishes.

Guardianship Proceedings

In a case where proper planning has not occurred, guardianship proceedings handle the care of another. This legal procedure allows for the appointment of the person who is willing to care for the person and their financial responsibilities.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

Robert A. Gleaner, P.C. has extensive experience navigating the estate planning process as quickly as possible for the benefit of you and your loved ones. If you’d like to learn more about our services and what it’s like to work with Robert A. Gleaner, P.C., get in touch.

Call 856-804-1765 or contact us online. We offer free consultations and look forward to speaking with you about your estate planning wishes.