Merrick Estate Planning Lawyer
Protecting Futures with Estate Planning
If you are concerned about preserving your assets and caring for your loved ones after you pass, you can join the millions of Americans before you who have utilized estate planning to protect their futures. Whether you want to enjoy a comfortable retirement or afford quality nursing home care, or if you want to care for your family after you're gone, the important thing to remember is that with proper planning, you can turn your dreams into a reality.
At the Law Offices of Steven M. Adler, PLLC, we are a team of Merrick estate planning attorneys who have helped countless individuals and families obtain the peace of mind they needed to know that all of their affairs were in order. Since no one can accurately predict when illness or an accident might strike, it's better to get started planning sooner than later. We have helped people from all different backgrounds, even when they had a modest income and weren't sure how they were going to provide for their families when they were gone.
Why choose us?
Having helped so many individuals and couples over the years navigate through the estate planning process, we welcome the opportunity to help you. No matter how simple or complex your estate is, we can tailor a plan that will fit your unique set of goals and we can do this smoothly and efficiently.
We can effectively handle simple and complex estates.
We can create comprehensive estate plans for large estates.
We can reduce probate assets and maximize tax savings.
We take a personal interest in our clients' cases and deliver excellent customer service.
What can we help you with?
Merrick Estate Planning Attorney
Merrick is a hamlet in the Town of Hempstead in Nassau County. The name "Merrick" comes from Meroke (meaning peaceful), which was the name of the Algonquian tribe that was formerly indigenous to the area. Today, Merrick is served by the Merrick Station and the Long Island Rail Road. We proudly serve clients in Merrick with all of their estate planning and probate needs.
If you have been appointed as an executor or an administrator of a Nassau County estate, we can offer you professional guidance throughout the process. Probate is a complicated process that requires you to act in the best interests of the beneficiaries and to avoid any conflicts of interests or self-dealing. You will be required to notify creditors and defend any lawsuits against the estate, and you will have to file all final income and estate tax returns (where applicable). We can explain everything and help ensure that you carry your duties out as seamlessly as possible.
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Whether you want to create an estate plan or if you need assistance with probate, we will evaluate your situation carefully and advise you on the best legal strategy. No matter how simple or complex your case is, we are here to make the process as understandable and smooth as possible. We care deeply for our clients and want them to have such a rewarding experience with us that they would recommend us to their closest friends and family.
Are you ready to get started? Contact our office today to schedule your initial consultation!