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Securing Peace Of Mind With A Detailed Estate Plan

For people who have concerns about what the future holds, creating an estate plan helps to address these anxieties. There are many legal instruments you can include in your estate plan that can be used to minimize future conflicts, misunderstandings and financial improprieties. When you enlist an experienced estate attorney, you and your beneficiaries can look to the years ahead secure in the knowledge that a well-designed strategy has been established.

A last will and testament may be one of the most important legal documents you create. This legal tool outlines your wishes for transferring your possessions after you pass. Other estate planning instruments can help you record your wishes for health care or medical intervention as you age or become incapacitated. There are many benefits associated with the estate planning process for those who work with a qualified professional.

For over 30 years, our attorneys at Schulman & Kissel, P.C. have created customized estate plans for residents in Rockland and neighboring counties. Guided by their extensive experience with estate law statutes in New York and New Jersey, our lawyers can efficiently assess your assets and obligations.

Don’t Rely On Templates To Transfer Your Most Important Assets And Safeguard Your Health

The plans our attorneys draft reflect your financial circumstances, not a generic checklist found on online “self-help” sites. As a result, probating your estate is streamlined and not prolonged by unnecessary obstacles. When you consult with us in our Suffern office, we will take the first step toward drafting estate planning documents that include:

  • Last will and testament
  • Living wills
  • Health care proxy
  • Power of attorney

In addition to our drafting, finalizing and administering these instruments, our lawyers are skilled trial attorneys. They effectively challenge a range of estate matters in court, including contesting a will and arguing breach of fiduciary duty claims.

Worried About Getting Your Affairs In Order? We Can Help.

We invite you to contact us to arrange a consultation. Please dial 845-368-0104 or email us using our contact form.