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Plan for Your Future in Suffolk County, Queens, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Staten Island, Westchester County, NY

Estate planning is one of the most important things you can do for your and your loved ones’ futures. 

There are several estate planning tools we can  prepare for you, including: 

  • Wills 
  • Trusts 
  • Powers of attorney 
  • Health care proxies 
  • Long term care planning such as Medicaid planning. 

Attorney Orly Taber practices exclusively in estate planning and has an intimate knowledge of how to most effectively protect your estate for your heirs and organize your assets in such a way that will benefit you in the future. For instance, Attorney Taber can help you plan for your future long term care plan, which involves  analyzing and protecting assets. Her familiarity with the estate planning process and elder law enables her to strategize an optimal plan for your future. 

Get started in an initial consultationto start discussing the future of your estate with Kirshblum Taber PC by calling (516) 908-8842. Now offering Spanish and Russian interpreting services.

Planning for the future is essential to ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes and that your loved ones are taken care of. At Kirshblum Taber PC, our experienced estate planning attorneys can help you navigate the complexities of estate planning and create a comprehensive plan tailored to your unique needs.

Commonly Asked Questions

Why is estate planning important?

Estate planning is important because it allows you to have control over what happens to your assets and property after you pass away. It also ensures that your loved ones are taken care of and can help minimize disputes among family members.

What is a power of attorney?

A power of attorney is a legal document that grants someone the authority to act on your behalf in financial and legal matters. It is important to choose a trustworthy person to be your power of attorney.

What is long-term care planning?

Long-term care planning involves making arrangements for your future care needs, particularly if you require assistance with daily activities as you age. It can include Medicaid planning, nursing home care, and other options.

With our guidance, you can have peace of mind knowing that your legacy is protected and your loved ones will be provided for. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation and start planning for the future of your estate.

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When it comes to estate planning in New York, you can count on Kirshblum Taber PC. Our team of experienced legal professionals has a well-earned reputation for their skill and expertise in delivering comprehensive estate planning services. With us, you can be sure that your trust is placed in the right hands and that all aspects of your planning will be taken care of properly.

Our estate planning services include:

  • Trusts - Trusts are a beneficial estate planning tool that can help protect your assets and provide you with peace of mind. As trusts do not have to go through probate, they can also save you time and money. You can name beneficiaries who will receive these titles upon your passing, ensuring that your wishes are met without the hassle of going to court.
  • Last Will & Testament - Last Wills and Testaments are extremely important when it comes to securing the future of your assets and your loved ones. A will can provide you with the opportunity to plan for how property should be distributed, as well as name a legal guardian for any minor children. By creating a Last Will and Testament now, you can ensure that your wishes are honored even after you're gone.
  • Medicaid Planning - Medicaid planning can be a great way to help you prepare for eligibility for Medicaid assistance. Working with a qualified attorney who specializes in Medicaid planning is strongly recommended, as they can provide invaluable guidance and increase your chances of getting the aid you need. Keep in mind that it's important to begin your planning early - ideally, at least 5 years ahead of when you anticipate the need for long-term care.

Advocating for the Elderly

It is advisable to start on your estate plan as early as possible. However, Kirshblum Taber PC is prepared to help you at any stage of your life. Attorney Orly Taber is particularly knowledgeable about the Estates Powers and Trusts Law (EPTL) as well as the Surrogates Court Procedures Act (SCPA), so she knows what legal hurdles you will need to navigate in the future. This also means that she is able to build a strategic estate plan, including matters as complex and nuanced as Medicaid Planning. In fact, many of our clients come to us for Medicaid planning assistance, where we  help them restructure their assets so they can qualify for Medicaid either at home or in a Nursing or Skilled Care Facility. Whether you have questions about trusts, wills, powers of attorney, or Medicaid planning, trust that Kirshblum Taber PC can guide you smoothly through the process and address all your legal concerns.

Let’s get started on your future today. Schedule an initial consultation by calling (516) 908-8842 or by contacting us online today!

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