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Do you want to pass down a legacy to your loved ones?
If you care deeply for your loved ones and want to be able to pass down an inheritance or property, then you are not alone. For millions of Americans, one of their greatest wishes is to be able to pass down assets and property to their loved ones after they die, and with our help, you can turn that dream into a reality.
At Adler Law, each of our attorneys have 25+ years of experience handling estate planning and probate matters. We are a boutique law firm that prides ourselves on providing our clients with excellent support and personalized service. With thousands of individuals and couples represented over the years, you can turn to our firm for honest and trustworthy advice.
We have shown our clients how to reduce the size of their taxable estate, reduce probate assets, protect their minor children, obtain life insurance for superior protection, avoid gift taxes, and apply comprehensive tax planning strategies to maximize the value of their estate while minimizing taxes.
To learn more about our estate planning and probate services and to find out how we can help you, please contact the Adler Law to arrange a consultation!
Protecting Your Assets With Estate Planning
Suffolk County was named after the county of Suffolk in England, which is where its earliest settlers came from. The county is New York's leader in agriculture due to its natural resources and today, Suffolk County is one of the wealthiest counties in New York State, yet it offers a diverse economic landscape among its ten towns and Long Island's only Native American reservation.
Whether clients come from a working-class background or are very wealthy, most of them have the same goal: to preserve their wealth and pass down their assets to the ones they love. No one wants to pass away penniless, nor do they want their assets to be wiped out by long-term care or Medicaid estate recovery. As Suffolk County estate planning lawyers, we have the tools to protect your assets, to plan for long-term health care, and to help you die with a solvent estate. Without an estate plan, the state controls how your assets are distributed which may not be aligned with your wishes.
Assistance for Executors & Administrators
Serving as an executor or an administrator is a large responsibility where you are required to pay all debts and claims against an estate, including taxes on top of all your other duties. Whenever you have been appointed to settle an estate, it's critical that you enlist the support of an experienced attorney who can guide you through every step of the administration process. From marshaling assets to notifying creditors and providing accountings to the court, we can help make the process as simple as possible.
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Whether you're planning for your estate or administrating a loved one's Suffolk County estate, we have the knowledge and experience to help you achieve your goals effectively. With over 30 years of collective experience, our Suffolk County estate planning attorneys are prepared to provide you with the insight and knowledgeable representation you need to handle your legal matter. As a family-oriented law firm, we treat our clients with compassion and always advise our clients as if they were our closest friends and family.
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