New York Probate Lawyer

Offering Estate Planning & Probate Services

Have you lost a loved one and are facing the difficult task of handling his or her estate? At Novick & Associates, PC, we are available to help you fulfill your duties as the estate administrator. We can guide you through the legal procedures involved in the decedent's estate, including the administration of assets.

As the executor, trustee, or administrator of an estate, you have the responsibility to navigate the complex legal matters involved and we can remain by your side during each step! Our New York probate attorney has 30 years of experience dealing with various estate challenges. Our goal is to preserve the sanctity of family members, especially when a complex estate threatens relationships.

Contact us today to take use of the probate services we offer with the following matters:

  • Probate litigation
  • Estate administration
  • Probate process

Understanding Probate

Probate is the process of establishing the validity of a decedent's will and the distribution of his or her estate according to their last will and testament. It is a complex process that serves to follow through with the wishes of the decedent regarding his or her estate. The probate process can prove to be even more challenging if there is disagreement over the terms of the will.

Do not handle probate on your own – Call our New York estate litigation attorney!

At Novick & Associates, PC, our legal team can help you carry out your duties and handle the obstacles that arise. If the will is contested, you may be involved in a complex legal matter that will require the time and attention that we are prepared to offer. You will need quality legal counsel from our team!

Contact our firm to schedule a case evaluation.

Internet Marketing Experts

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.