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Get the Counsel of an Estate Planning Attorney

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is challenging enough without having to handle the administration of their estate. Making such arrangements only compound the challenges of this difficult time, especially if you are named – or seek to be named – the executor of the late person's estate, the administrator, or the personal representative.

As the executor, administrator or personal representative of the estate you have important responsibilities that require a level of strict attention and care that you may not be fully prepared to face on your own right now. In times like these it's beneficial to contact a Long Island estate planning lawyer for advice and legal representation to ensure your loved one's final wishes are fulfilled.

The Role of an Executor in New York

As an executor, administrator, or personal representative of an estate, a lot of important responsibilities fall on your shoulders at a time when emotions run high. You are required by the courts to identify, collect, valuate, and distribute your loved ones assets. This includes the filing of a final accounting and, in some situations, preparing estate tax returns. You may also have to address any issues with beneficiaries or creditors, or identify ways to limit tax consequences, all while attempting to avoid any personal liability. It's a difficult set of important obligations that can be tough for anyone to do alone, especially if this is a position you've never faced before.

The good news is you don't have to do it alone and you have every right to seek legal assistance. After all, estate and trust administration attorneys in Long Island do this every day. They know what it takes to make this as smooth a process as possible.

Reach out to The Law Office of Michael J. Brescia, P.C. right away to let our experienced Long Island estate planning attorneys help you meet your obligation and ensure the best possible results. Our entire practice is focused on these complex cases, which means you can rest assured with the knowledge that our lawyers will manage your case properly and efficiently, just the way your loved one would have wanted.

Contact us today at (631) 386-8767 to schedule your free consultation.

50 Route 111, Suite 218, Smithtown, NY 11787

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