Practice Areas

Serving Clients throughout Bernardsville, NJ, Somerset County and the Surrounding Areas


Follow the links below to learn more about the services provided at Varian Law LLC:

Estate Planning

There are a myriad of legal strategies you might consider implementing as we design your estate plan. However, there are a handful of “must have” estate planning documents you must create.
Learn more about the “must have” Estate Planning documents.

Estate & Trust Administration

There can be terrific grief and pain at the loss of a loved one. Beyond grief and pain, when you add external stresses to the equation you can have a disaster on your hands in very short order. Unfortunately, many people will attempt to administer the Estates/Trusts of their loved ones without professional guidance, and they eventually become frustrated, confused and intimidated when they encounter procedures/issues with which they are not familiar.
Learn more about Probate and Estate & Trust Administration.

Elder Law Planning

Focusing on the needs of families and individuals as they age is an important aspect of estate and long-term care planning. With advances in age come advances in health problems. Along with health challenges, there are also special legal challenges that also need to be addressed.
Learn more about planning for Long-Term Care.

Special Needs & Disability Planning

Special Needs is a broad category of care requirements for individuals with a wide range of disabilities, including physical, intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as mental illnesses. While they are alive, parents of children with disabilities will often ensure that their children receive the best care possible. But what happens when those parents are no longer around to provide the necessary support?
Learn more about New Jersey Special Needs.

Probate Court Litigation

Probate Court Litigation can involve disputes arising while the person of interest is still alive, but more commonly concerns disputes arising after that person has passed away. The most common types of probate litigations are contesting the probate of a Will, guardianship proceedings and challenges to fiduciary accountings.
Learn more about Probate Court Litigation.

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