New York and Connecticut Estate Planning and Probate Lawyer
Our firm handles estate planning matters for clients in New York State and Connecticut. Our attorneys represent people in a range of matters when it comes to estate planning basics, including:
- Powers of attorney
- Health care proxies/living wills
Our attorneys take a holistic approach to estate planning thinking about each client’s lifetime goals, children, charitable wishes and taxes. We are thoughtful and careful in our approach to each client and situation and we do not take a cookie-cutter approach.
Our attorneys take a holistic approach to estate planning thinking about each client’s lifetime goals, children, charitable wishes and taxes.
Consulting With a Estate Planning Lawyer
Contact our law office, by calling for a confidential consultation about your estate planning questions.
Taking Your Next Steps
Step 1 : What is our process?
Step 2 : Are you ready?
Are you ready?
There is no commitment to proceed with your case when you first meet with our team. We are here to offer as much information as possible so that you can make the right decision. We’ve provided a checklist to ensure that you get the most out of your conversation.
Step 3 : What to expect?
What to expect?
During your consultation, we will listen closely to your situation, needs, and desires to get a better understanding of your case. We will also provide any relevant information that may help you proceed with making a more informed decision moving forward.
Step 4 : What Happens After?
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Tell us about your situation and how we can help.