Estate Planning Is Crucial to the Viability of Your Loved Ones. Work with Our Estate Planning Attorneys to Legally Establish Your Wishes.

New York Estate Planning Attorney

Ready to Help You Prepare for Your Future

Do you know the manner in which your assets will be distributed to your beneficiaries at the time of your passing? Do your loved ones known how you wish to be treated in the event you are incapacitated? Have you appointed individuals to care for your minor children in the event of your death? At Novick & Associates, our highly trained New York estate planning attorneys can help you prepare for these and many other "what if" scenarios with comfort.

As one of the leading law firms in estate planning and estate litigation in New York, our knowledgeable advocates have more than 30 years of experience and can provide the steadfast legal support you need to ensure your wishes will be honored at the time of your passing. With personalized attention dedicated to each case and an unshakable commitment to preserving your wellbeing, we can walk you through the various legal processes of estate planning and help you move towards your future with peace of mind.

Get in touch with us online today to review your estate planning options in full detail.

What is an Estate Plan?

In simple terms, an estate plan is a compilation of numerous legal documents and entities that all serve the collective purpose of determining how your affairs will be handled in the event of your death or incapacity.

While estate planning may sound like an activity reserved for the wealthy or elderly, anyone can benefit from creating a legally sound estate plan. From bank accounts, vehicles, real estate, and personal belongings, everyone has an "estate" that is comprised of everything they own and control. Our attorneys can help ensure these assets are protected and distributed to the right parties after you pass.

Our knowledgeable elder law advocates are equipped to handle all of your estate planning needs, including:

A comprehensive and legally sound estate plan can allow you to minimize the hassle, estate taxes, and court involvement that would ordinarily be required to sort through these issues. Most importantly, an estate plan can help ensure your final affairs are not left be decided by the state of New York in probate court.

Who Needs an Estate Plan?

Estate planning can benefit people from all backgrounds, whether you have a large or small estate. During the estate planning process, you are doing more than managing your assets and properties. You are making health care decisions, personal care decisions, instructions for your minor children, and planning out many other aspects of your life.

In the event you pass away without leaving specific instructions regarding your assets, properties, and health, either the courts or a loved one will have to make these estate administration decisions for you. When you have an estate plan in place, you have greater control over what happens to your estate and provide your loved ones with more peace of mind.

Take the Guesswork out of Estate Planning in NYC

At Novick & Associates, PC, our trusts and estate planning attorneys in New York City can guide you step-by-step through the associated legal processes of creating and updating your estate plan with ease. Protecting your wellbeing is our passion, and we are prepared to do everything within our power to ensure your and your family's assets are protected. With our compassionate support and unshakable dedication on your side, you can rest easy knowing your future is in good hands.

Don't wait to get started on your estate plan. Schedule an initial consultation with our law office in New York, NY today.

Why Hire a NY Estate Litigation Attorney From Our Firm?

  1. Premier New York Estate Litigation Law Firm.
  2. Over 30 Years Experience with Contested Estate Matters.
  3. Strong Reputation in The Legal Community.
  4. Opportunities for Contingency Fee Arrangement.
  5. Experts in Our Field of Work, and One of The Leading Firms in This Area of Law.
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