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  • The Significance of Power of Attorney in Estate Planning in New Jersey

    May 25, 2023

    Estate planning involves making important decisions about the management and distribution of your assets and affairs after your passing. One essential component of estate planning in New Jersey is the establishment of a power of attorney (POA). This legal document grants an individual the authority to make financial, legal, and healthcare decisions on behalf of […]

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  • Protecting Your Children’s Best Interests During Divorce in NJ

    May 13, 2023

    Divorce can be a challenging and emotionally taxing experience, especially when children are involved. As parents, your primary concern should be safeguarding the well-being and best interests of your children throughout the divorce process. In New Jersey, there are specific guidelines and considerations you could take that can help ensure the protection of your children […]

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  • What Constitutes Undue Influence in New Jersey?

    April 28, 2023

    Contesting a will can be a complicated and emotional process, especially if you suspect that it was created under undue influence. Undue influence occurs when one person uses their power or authority to manipulate another person’s decision-making abilities. In New Jersey, it is essential to understand what constitutes undue influence and how it can be […]

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  • Maximizing Your Spousal Support: How To Negotiate A Settlement That Works For Both Parties

    April 06, 2023

    Divorce can be a difficult process, and one of the most contentious issues that arise is spousal support. Spousal support, also known as alimony, is a payment made by one spouse to the other after a divorce to help maintain their standard of living. The goal of spousal support is to ensure that both parties […]

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  • Common Employment Disputes in New Jersey

    March 20, 2023

    Employment disputes are a common occurrence in the workplace. They can happen for a number of reasons and can be costly and time-consuming for both employees and employers. In this article, we’ll explore some of the most common employment disputes in New Jersey and how the Choi Law Firm can help you navigate them. Discrimination […]

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  • Tips to Help You Organize and Prepare Yourself for a Divorce

    February 13, 2023

    “I want a divorce.” You hoped you’d never hear or speak such words. This is a conversation that you and your spouse will likely never forget. If you end up getting divorced, the tone of this conversation could carry over into the divorce proceedings. It makes no difference whether you or your partner were aware […]

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  • Guardianships (What You Need to Know)

    January 15, 2023

    Guardianships are an important part of estate planning. If your loved one needs a guardianship, you may have questions about what exactly it is and what you need to provide your lawyer with in order to get started.  It’s these questions and more that we answer in today’s blog post: What is a Guardianship? And […]

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  • Wishing You a Warm Holiday Season and a Happy New Year!

    December 28, 2022

    Managing Partner’s Message As the New Year is upon us, I would like to take a moment to express my gratitude to all our clients and the attorneys and staff I am pleased and honored to work with every day. Thankful for Our Clients’ Trust Our clients are the reason why we come to work […]

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  • 7 Big Reasons You Should Hire an Estate Planning Lawyer

    December 15, 2022

    When you have worked hard to build assets and wealth, you will want to make sure you know what will become of everything you’ve worked for when you pass away. You will need a solid estate plan to ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes following your death. Working with an estate […]

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  • What Happens if Someone Cannot Physically Sign a Will?

    November 21, 2022

    Due to injury or a medical condition, a person may be physically unable to sign a last will and testament despite having full testamentary capacity. What steps can a physically disabled person and their family take to allow that person to have a valid last will and testament when that person cannot physically sign their […]

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“I always felt that they were genuinely fighting for me; truly looking out for my best interests."

I am very grateful for Sandra Choi and her team. They were kind, compassionate, thorough and very professional throughout the entire process of my case. I always felt that they were listening to my concerns and interests and provided all the professional advice and answers to my questions that I needed to feel confident about my decisions.”

“One of the best things about Ms. Choi is that she is caring and listens carefully to understand your situation."

Sandra Choi is attentive, kind, thoughtful, and professional. She was thorough and well-prepared throughout my case, and I was impressed by her honesty and work ethic. Ms. Choi and her team were helpful and responsive to my questions and concerns, and she certainly exceeded my expectations. I highly recommend Ms. Choi and her team.

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