New Jersey Will Forms | Last Will and Testament | Living Will

New Jersey will forms are documents that go hand in hand if an individual is preparing for end of life scenarios. The individual(s) who use these documents may simply utilize them to be cautiously prepared, or they may be preparing the documents for a more emergent reason.These documents will serve two purposes. The “last will and testament” prepares a Testator to set fourth instructions with regard to how they would distribute their estate after death. Whereas the “living will” prepares a document that will outline the instructions for their medical providers and a health care agent. Both documents would require witnesses and/or notarization. The documents may be revoked at the individual’s discretion.

New Jersey Advance Health Care Directive(Living Will) Form

New Jersey Advance Health Care Directive(Living Will) Form

The New Jersey advance health care directive(living will) is a legal document that is made available to guide a person, in this case identified as a “Principal” through the process of creating a document that will advise both their medical providers as well as their health care agent as to their personal end of life medical treatment. […]

New Jersey Last Will and Testament Form

New Jersey Last Will and Testament Form

The New Jersey last will and testament is Laws – 3B:3-1, et seq. How to Write Step 1 –

Last Will and Testament VS Living Will

Last Will and Testament – This document is a standard will form.The person (Testator) would utilize this document to prepare a written record of the Testator’s instructions with regard to how the Testator would instruct their executor to distribute their personal property, financial accounts and real property, to their beneficiaries after death. If the Testator would prefer, they may name an executor to divide the property appropriately, this may be accomplished within this document.

Living Will – Better known as an “Advance Directive,” this document is provided so that an individual (Principal), will have the opportunity to record their preferred medical treatment options, while they are of sound mind, that would be implemented once the Principal is no longer able to make their own health care decision. Their medical providers and health care agent may refer to this document to ensure that they are properly honoring the Principal’s wishes. This form will also allow the Principal to select a health care agent, if they haven’t already, to be certain that all advance instructions are honored.