There Is No Time Like The Present To Begin Estate Planning
Estate plans are not just about bequeathing your assets. They can also specify your wishes for medical care and contingency planning for later in life. Your estate plan may include any combination of the following:
- A simple will — or more complex, if necessary
- A trust — revocable or irrevocable, depending on your goals
- A health care proxy — someone to make medical decisions for you if you can no longer do so
- A living will — your list of medical treatment preferences if you become incapacitated
- A designated guardian for your children, if they are still minors
At Ugell Law Firm, P.C., convenience is a hallmark of our services. So is building long-term relationships with our clients. We believe face-to-face meetings are important when discussing estate plans. We value each client and want to meet them in person, rather than over the phone, when going through the estate planning process.
Getting to know you and your goals, we can build a relationship that will allow us to better serve you and your family in the future. After the planning is finished, we can easily make changes to your estate plan over time, as needed.
Offering Full-Service Probate Representation
Probate can often be avoided with strategic estate planning, but not always. When it cannot be avoided, it is often best left to a trusted attorney.
Whether or not we helped you create your estate plan, our firm is also ready to handle the entire probate process so that your family can focus on more immediate concerns.
Ready To Get Started On Your Estate Plan? Call Us Today.
At Ugell Law Firm, P.C., we strive to make estate planning as easy and convenient as possible. In most cases, all necessary work can be completed in just two or three sessions. When you hire us, you can be sure that your estate plan will be thorough, complete and legally sound according to New York laws. At our first meeting, we can discuss your overall needs and goals to ensure that your estate plan is customized to you. To schedule a consultation with one of our experienced attorneys, call our office in New City at 845-608-8098, or send us an email.