Creating Wills And Trusts For Brooklyn Clients
The importance of having estate planning documents in place cannot be overstated. You need a will, trusts and other tools to ensure that your hard-earned assets and property pass to the people you want them to.
Whether you want to create your estate plan or adjust an existing one, I am available to assist you. At the Law Office of Bryan A. Zuckerman, I have more than 10 years of experience serving clients throughout Brooklyn. As a second-generation attorney, I understand the importance of your family and your legacy.
What Should My Estate Plan Have?
Your estate plan is as unique as you are. With that said, there are a few documents that every legally solid estate plan should have. These include:
- A last will and testament to designate your beneficiaries and state which assets they inherit
- A power of attorney so that someone you trust can make decisions for you if you lose capacity
- An advanced health care directive so your doctors and family provide the medical care you prefer
- Trusts, if desired, so you can pass your wealth forward and minimize the tax penalties
I have created hundreds of these documents in my career. You and I will sit down one-on-one to discuss your goals for your finances. As a family law attorney, I can address overlapping issues such as removing an ex-spouse from the will, how to distribute assets among stepchildren and more. Then, I draft documents tailored to suit your specific needs.
Proudly Serving Diverse Clients
I provide a welcoming environment for everyone. If you are a member of the LGBTQ community, I am proud to help you with the unique concerns that can arise when creating an estate plan. You have an ally who will commit the resources necessary to find a positive solution.
Talk About Estate Planning Today
Do not hesitate when it comes to making your estate plan. Receive my hands-on guidance for all details of your will, trusts and more. To begin, schedule a free consultation by calling 347-428-5223 or by using my online contact form.