MORRIS COUNTY SURROGATE’S Place of work: On-line Education and learning AND Recognition Sessions
SURROGATE DARLING’S Digital BRIEFINGS Carry on

Morristown, NJ – Morris County Surrogate Heather Darling is continuing the sequence of digital “Surrogate’s Sessions” she released previous thirty day period, with the second session entitled, “What should really an Executor Know.”

The “Surrogate’s Session” is scheduled for October 23rd at Midday (12:00 P.M). Any one interested in joining ought to make sure you sign-up for the session at www.morrissurrogate.com. Each individual participant will acquire affirmation and access facts.

The “Surrogate Sessions” are an schooling campaign developed to supply
Morris County citizens with data on pertinent topics related to wills,
estates, trusts, and probate issues. They will also element advancements in
Surrogate’s Office environment methods that are producing it less complicated for clients to navigate
the method.

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Surrogate Darling began an education
marketing campaign that showcased talking engagements across Morris County. The purpose
was to make sure that county residents, in particular senior citizens, specific needs
inhabitants and their people are aware of what the Surrogate’s Courtroom does and
how it can be a source for them.

“I was incredibly happy with the community participation in the course of the initially
Surrogate’s Session,” claimed Surrogate Darling. “It was distinct that these crucial
matters of discussion are significant to Morris County citizens.”

The first session on drafting a will is obtainable on the Surrogate’s site.

“The next session goes deeper into this particular part of wills, trusts and estates and will help intrigued get-togethers have an understanding of the tasks of an Executor and also the positive aspects and negatives of this important purpose in probate,” the Surrogate described.

Surrogate Darling has invited Tom Torzewski, a very well-regarded estate preparing lawyer, to be a part of her on the panel.

“I am thrilled to participate in this significant dialogue. Currently being requested to serve as an Executor of someone’s estate is an honor, on the other hand, it is a large accountability that can be incredibly challenging and really should not be taken flippantly,” Mr. Torzewki mentioned.

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