Your Story Continues After You’re Gone:
Let Us Help You Create A Loving Legacy
Staten Island attorneys concentrating in thoughtful estate planning
We Understand That Providing For Your Loved Ones After You’re Gone Is The Most Personal Of All Decisions
- “How do I make sure that my spouse or partner is secure after I’m gone?”
- “Do my children have to share my estate equally? Is that normal?”
- “My child has a disability. How can I provide for them after I am gone? Who will take care of them?”
- “Do I actually need a will, health care proxy, or power of attorney?”
- “My friend’s lawyer created a trust. What is that? Do I need one?”
- “We own a business. What do we do about succession planning?”
- “We own income-producing real estate. What happens to that?”
With proper guidance, your loved ones will continue to benefit from your wisdom, vision, and hard work.
We Will Answer Your Questions And Create The Blueprint For The Future Of Your Legacy
Since 1985, the team at Angiuli & Gentile, LLP, has guided countless families through the estate law process. Our experienced attorneys walk with you every step of the way. As a result, you get peace of mind knowing everything is covered. Contact us online or call 347-201-4447 today to schedule a consultation.
Full-Service Estate Planning Representation
From a simple last will and testament to a comprehensive estate plan that addresses complex assets and estate tax issues, we are equipped to customize a plan to your unique needs and goals. Our attorneys’ experience and expertise have enabled countless clients to provide for their families, carry out their wishes and preserve their assets for later generations.
We handle all aspects of estate planning, estate administration and probate, including:
- Administration of estates
- Basic estate planning documents
- Business succession planning
- Charitable giving
- Durable powers of attorney
- Estate planning keepsake
- Estate tax planning
- Health care directives
- Probate, administration and trust litigation
For most people, a proper estate plan will consist of a durable power of attorney, a health care proxy, a last will and testament, and a trust. Regardless of the components that make up your estate plan, the goals are the same: to distribute your assets to your loved ones or chosen heirs after you are gone, reduce the legal expense, minimize your tax liability and make sure that someone you trust will be making your health care or financial decisions if you are ever unable to do so.
If you are currently thinking about your estate planning needs, it is also time to think about the possibility of long-term care and how you will pay for it or qualify for aid. To learn more, see our Long-Term Care Planning page.
Please Don’t Wait To Schedule Your Appointment To Create A Personalized Plan:
Life Changes Very Quickly.
Together we create a plan
Use our guidance and expertise to create a personalized blueprint for your family and loved ones.
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You will feel better knowing that you have created a well-thought-out plan for your family’s future.