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Who is Kyle T. Kievit
Areas of Practice
Estate & Trust Administration
Estate & Trust Litigation
Special Needs Planning
Estate Planning Guide
Estate & Trust Administration Guide
NJ Basic Will
$99 Basic Will
Create Your Own Will Provide for your family Designate an Executor Leave instructions how your estate will be distributed Easy Online Interview Includes in office...
Is A Basic Will Right For You?
Many clients want just a “Basic Will” to protect their needs. A Basic Will is one where, after provision for specific gifts, the balance...
TEN POINT ACTION PLAN
Contact us to schedule a Life & Legacy Consulation We will send you a preconference package to prepare you Complete your Family Inventory worksheet and...
PROTECTING THE DISABLED
Our firm is lead counsel for a disabled individual in matter currently before the New Jersey Supreme Court. In Davis v. Devereux Foundation, the...
CAN THE COURT CREATE A SPECIAL NEEDS TRUST WHEN THERE IS NO WILL
A mother of four children, two with special needs, died before she could sign a will and create a supplemental needs trust. After her...
THE LAWYER DRAFTED THE WILL BUT THE CLIENT NEVER SAW IT – IS IT A VALID WILL?
Sadly, a client visited her lawyer’s office with the intent of changing her will. She gave the lawyer notes of the changes to be...
ESTATE TAXES ONLY FOR THE SUPER WEALTHY – NOT IN NEW JERSEY
After much debate and speculation, the Congress has enacted legislation that relieves estates less than $5 million of paying any federal estate tax, at...
SHOULD YOU ADD YOUR CHILDREN’S NAME TO YOUR ASSETS?
Many people intending to make things “easy” for their children add their child’s name to the bank account or other property. However, doing so...
WHAT EVERYONE NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT ESTATE TAX LIENS IN NEW JERSEY
While most estates of New Jersey residents are not subject to any federal estate tax liability, the State automatically imposes a state estate tax...
IF I DIE IN WITHOUT A WILL, MY SPOUSE GETS EVERYTHING- RIGHT?
If you die as a New Jersey resident without a will, your spouse will always get all of your assets under only two sets...
Wills Trusts & Estates
Planning • Administration • Litigation
Member NJ & FL Bar since 1981