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Monmouth County, New Jersey Guardianship Attorney Gets an Additional Positive Review

January 25, 2021
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Monmouth County, NJ – Christine Matus, a premier guardianship attorney, continues to ads on her winning record and reputation with another favorable client testimonial.

Client Blaine Jones says: “I had to settle the estate of my late mother and didn't know where to start. A friend recommended Matus Law Group. Wasn't sure what to expect, having never dealt with this kind of situation before. The lawyers at Matus Law Group in Monmouth County were absolutely amazing. They helped me every step of the way, always knowledgeable and professional, but also very sensitive and compassionate. Any time I need an estate plan lawyer in the future, I know exactly where to call. Thank you for helping me through a difficult time, and for doing such a great job with my mom's estate. You are truly a lifesaver.”

Guardianship Attorney

Located in Red Bank, NJ and with a professional service area in Monmouth County, Ocean County, and New Jersey, the guardianship attorney has been successful in assisting the law firm's clients through the processes and hurdles of their cases. Guardianship cases present some of the very intricate factors in estate planning attorney law, but Christine Matus and her team at Matus Law Group work carefully to ensure that their estate planning clients are well represented in and out of the courtroom.

Regarding guardianship in New Jersey, Christine Matus said: “The courts will appoint a guardian for a person who has become incapacitated and can no longer make their own decisions. This will often happen in the case where a loved one has dementia or Alzheimer’s. When a loved one is no longer able to care for themselves, an interested party will file an application and provide medical evidence that they are no longer competent to manage their own affairs.”

Guardianship cases are known for their complex nature and require a large amount of attentiveness and expertise under New Jersey law.

Christine Matus goes on to explain: “In some cases, a conservatorship may be a better option. A conservator acts as a guardian of the estate instead of the person and will manage their financial affairs, assets, and income. A conservatorship is typically set up for an aging family member, but a conservator may also be a friend, a lawyer, an organization, or an agency. A conservatorship does not require that the individual be incapacitated and it can be completely voluntary.”

Christine Matus and the team at Matus Law Group, work hard to ensure every fact of a potential guardianship case is carefully assessed.

Matus Law Group and Christine Matus try to work for their clients in a way that goes above and beyond that of a typical guardianship lawyer. They pride themselves on a commitment to clients, a caring and thoughtful manner and fighting for their client's rights in and out of the courtroom.

To learn more about guardianship attorney Christine Matus and Matus Law Group, visit their website:

https://matuslaw.com/guardianship-vs-conservatorship-in-new-jersey/



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The Matus Law Group is an experienced team of attorneys who can help you and your family plan for life, protect and care for loved ones with special needs, cope effectively with disability and death, and preserve inheritances for future generations.

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Christine Matus
Matus Law Group - Monmouth County
125 Half Mile Rd Red Bank, NJ 07701
(732) 785-4453

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