Long Island Estate Planning Lawyer
Are you interested in caring for your loved ones after you have passed on?
An estate plan can help you protect and provide for your family in the future. Using various estate planning tools, a Long Island estate planning attorney from our team at the Law Offices of Steven M. Adler, PLLC can listen to your unique goals and circumstances to help you draft a comprehensive estate plan that is right for your situation. We are committed to handling our clients' cases with the upmost care and respect, and we are prepared to provide exceptional representation for all of your probate and estate planning needs.
As a boutique law firm, we pride ourselves on providing our clients with excellent and personalized service. While some larger firms pass cases off to paralegals or legal secretaries, our attorneys personally handle all of the firm's cases from start to finish. Our attorneys are well-rounded and experienced. If you are interested in planning for your loved ones' futures, enlist a law firm with the seasoned skill you can trust.
The Importance of Estate Planning
Estate planning may seem like an unpleasant task, but having a plan in place helps ensure the best possible future for you and your family. Using a variety of legal tools like
trusts, we can help you protect your assets from the strain of expensive medical bills and lawsuit settlements. If you have young children, it is very important that you prepare for their care in the future should anything happen, and an estate plan call allow you to select a guardian and provide for their financial wellbeing.
In addition to planning for the care of others, we can help you prepare for your own medical needs. Healthcare is expensive, and you need to be properly prepared to handle these costs. We can help you obtain the proper insurance to cover your healthcare needs or assist you with Medicaid planning. Other medical planning tools to consider are Advance Directives, which allow you to specify the type of medical care you would like to receive should you become unable to provide healthcare professionals with this information.
Experienced Probate Assistance in Long Island
Did you know that serving as the executor or administrator of an estate requires you to sort out the taxes and debts of your late loved one? If you have been selected as an executor in a will or have been appointed as an administrator by the Surrogate's Court, we can help you administer the estate according to the law. The probate process can be time consuming and difficult, but we can explain the rights and obligations of the position to you and provide you with knowledgeable legal guidance. From collecting the assets to notifying creditors to distributing property, we can walk you through the entire estate administration process. Whether you are going through formal probate and need the Surrogate's Court's approval for every matter or if your late loved one's estate is passing through small-estate proceeding, we can provide you with excellent legal counsel for your unique situation.
Enlist Our Proven Assistance Today
Planning for the future can raise some unpleasant questions that are not easily answered. By providing answers to these questions early, however, your future and your loved ones' futures will be better protected. With over 25 years of experience helping the community of Long Island, the Law Offices of Steven M. Adler, PLLC is prepared to handle whatever legal matters you face. We pride ourselves on treating our clients with compassion and respect and want them to be able to turn to us for all their estate planning and probate needs.
Contact a Long Island estate planning attorney from the Law Offices of Steven M. Adler, PLLC today to learn more about the benefits of obtaining our experienced representation!
We are proud to serve the residents of Brookville, Garden City, Great Neck, Hicksville, Plainview, Levittown, Oyster Bay, Plainview, Mineola, Westbury, Syosset, Franklin Square, Roslyn, Jericho, and all throughout Long Island and Nassau County with their estate planning and probate needs.