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New York Wills & Trusts

Long Island Estate Planning Attorney

Two of the essential parts of an excellent estate plan are living wills and living trusts. These legal documents are the best way to ensure that your assets and property are handled well during your life and after you pass away. They are also very complex and should only be drafted with the guidance of a knowledgeable Long Island estate planning lawyer.

The Law Office of Michael J. Brescia, P.C. can provide the legal counsel that you need to get your estate in order. Attorney Brescia has over 10 years of legal experience and thoroughly understands New York's estate planning and probate laws. Our legal team can answer any questions that you have and can help you understand exactly how a living will and/or living trust can benefit you.

Last Wills
Make sure that your estate is properly handled and distributed after you are gone. A Last Will and Testament is a legal document that dictates your exact will regarding the administration and distribution of your estate after your death. You can review and revise your will whenever you and your legal counsel believe it is necessary.

Living Wills
Living wills dictate your wishes regarding life-support in the event that you become incapacitated. You will designate a Healthcare Surrogate that you trust to make decisions regarding life-sustaining medical procedures in case you are injured or fall ill so that you cannot make these decisions yourself.

Living Trusts
By creating a living trust, you place a portion or all of your assets in the care of a trustee, who handles and builds those assets on behalf of a beneficiary of your choice. The beneficiary will inherit the trust at a time of your choice. Living trusts can also be altered while you are still living.

Learn More by Consulting an Estate Planning Lawyer in Long Island

Do you have assets or an estate that you want to protect? Wills and trusts are safeguard against an uncertain future. Let The Law Office of Michael J. Brescia, P.C. give you the peace of mind that you are looking for.

Call now at (631) 386-8767 to contact us and discuss your case with an estate planning attorney!

50 Route 111, Suite 218, Smithtown, NY 11787

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