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Planning for the future is a very serious measure you need to undertake, particularly if you own valuable properties and have built up a tremendous amount of wealth. You also need to keep in mind the relationships you have with your family, and look after their best interests. Estate planning is an important guide for the future, allowing you to protect what own you and ensuring that it stays within the safe hands of your family members and loved ones.
We are also able to provide legal guidance on any of the following issues:
If you need assistance with your estate plan or any of the above areas, call upon Adler Law. Our firm has had proven success in our 60+ years of dedicated service and know how to help you put the best foot forward with your legal concerns.
Why should you enlist our help?
Our firm believes that having an advantageous estate plan set in place can leave you secure for the future. Many of our attorneys have been practicing law since the 1980's and have gained valuable experience and continued honing our craft as the years passed.
Here are some of the distinctions our firm has received:
- Steve M. Adler is a licensed health and life insurance agent, as well as real estate agent
- Our team personally responds same day to phone calls and emails
- We have memberships in the New York State Bar Association, Suffolk County Bar Association, Nassau County Bar Association, and the American Bar Association
- Attorney Adler is admitted to the United States Tax Court
Speak to Adler Law today to learn how we can protect your assets!
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Estate planning comprises several different matters that are addressed in legal documents, including your last will and testament, trusts, and advance directives. Without an estate plan, your assets can be subject to the intestacy laws of New York, which will allow the court to decide what to do with your assets. That means your family could be at risk for losing some of the assets that you intended to be given to them. If you become ill, the estate plan can dictate how your medical treatment will be administered. Going without a plan could result in unwanted health care, placing additional burdens of medical costs and frustration on your loved ones.
It is critical that you speak with our Lynbrook estate planning attorneys today to learn more about how estate planning can help you. Securing your assets, money, and properties now can save you and your family from facing a stressful outcome in the future.
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