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Plan for Your Future with an Estate Plan
Mineola is a village in Nassau County, and according to the 2010 census, the population was 18,799. The name Mineola was derived from a Native American word which means "pleasant place." Mineola is home to Winthrop-University Hospital which was founded in 1896 by locals as Nassau Hospital. Renamed Winthrop in the 1980s, today it is a nationally-recognized award-winning hospital that was ranked among the Top 5 Percent of Acute-Care Hospitals in the Country in 2004.
Developing an estate plan has many benefits, by planning ahead; it allows you to maximize your estate while minimizing the tax consequences on your beneficiaries. Since no two people's situation is identical, there are a variety of estate planning tools that may be useful to you. For example, if you have young children, through a will you can clearly define who you would want to care for your children should something happen to you, meaning you could elect a guardian instead of having the state make that determination for you.
At Adler Law, our Mineola estate planning attorneys share over 50 years of experience carefully formulating estate plans on behalf of our clients. Whether your plan involves digital asset planning, trusts, wills, guardianship, advanced directives or planning for elder law matters, it's important to hire an attorney you can trust with these very important matters.
We understand how important end of life issues are, and ensuring that your estate goes into the right hands; therefore, we are dedicated to helping you achieve your specific goals, whatever they may be. We have a great deal of respect for our clients and want to see to it that you receive the highest level of service and dedication from our firm.
For professional legal guidance, contact the Adler Law to schedule a consultation with a Mineola estate planning attorney today!
Probate Administration in Mineola
As an executor to a probated estate, you have a vast number of legal responsibilities, some of which include identifying and gathering the decedent's assets, paying off their debts, paying taxes, and distributing the remaining assets to the beneficiaries. Since the average person typically dreads probate and isn't prepared to handle the legal issues that may arise, it's important to have a probate lawyer guide you through probate proceedings. We can answer your questions, inform you of your rights and responsibilities and provide you with the quality legal assistance you need throughout the probate process.
Whether you have questions regarding estate planning, insurance, elder law, trust administration or probate proceedings, we have the knowledge and experience to address the matter at hand effectively.
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