This Lease Agreement is legally binding in New Jersey according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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In New Jersey, a last will and testament can be used for three important factors. First, it's used to list who you want to take possession of your personal property. Second, it's used by parents to name a guardian to take care of your minor children. In New Jersey, a last will and testament can also be used to setup a living trust to take care of any animals that you leave behind. If you don't have a living will, the New Jersey probate court will decide how your property, children, and pets will be cared for after your death. A New Jersey last will and testament must be in writing in order to be recognized by the court.