Drafting And Revising Wills And Trusts
Wills, trusts and other documents can be used to tailor your estate plan to your unique circumstances and your goals. Whether you are single, married, have a large family, or own a business, a skilled attorney from The Law Offices of Nicole J. Zuvich, P.C., can create a plan that protects your interests and provides you with peace of mind.
A will, which is also called a last will and testament, or final will, is a legal document that allows you to control what happens to your estate after your death. You can define your assets, assign guardians for your children, and appoint an executor. Wills are very detailed documents that require witnesses and be handled in a precise manner to be valid.
A living will is an advance directive that states your wishes on what types of medical care you would wish to receive if you are unable to communicate these wishes. These decisions involve possible end-of-life care. A Health Care Proxy cannot override these decisions.
Experienced Estate Planning Attorneys
At The Law Offices of Nicole J. Zuvich, P.C., we draft last wills and testaments, revocable and irrevocable living trusts, as well as general Powers of Attorney, medical proxies and living wills.
For some, these plans also include a deed or co-op transfers and the formation of LLCs or other business entities. We believe that it is our job to listen and advise, not to override our clients’ free will and choice. We prefer to educate our clients and help them develop the best plan for them and their families.
The documents you receive from us are custom-made according to your wishes. It is common for people to simply download online forms and fill in the blanks without an attorney. Unfortunately, these forms are simplistic and often leave much open to interpretation or leave details out altogether.
Get Wills And Trusts Tailored To Your Goals
Take the first step toward a comprehensive estate plan today by calling 631-850-4307 to schedule your complimentary consultation. We will answer your questions and begin preparing a plan that reflects your circumstances, family situation and estate planning goals. From our offices in Babylon and Garden City, we represent clients throughout Long Island, the Five Boroughs, Suffolk County and the surrounding areas.