Nassau County Trusts Lawyer

Protect Your Property in Suffolk County, Queens, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Staten Island, and Westchester County

Trusts are valuable tools for protecting your estate and naming beneficiaries who will receive this property upon one's passing. Kirshblum Taber PC provides legal services for creating and understanding trusts in Nassau County, and Attorney Orly Taber, Esq. has significant experience in this specific practice area. She helps clients build trusts that safeguard their property in the future and will help you build a plan that meets your needs and interests.

Schedule an initial consultation with Kirshblum Taber PC by calling (516) 908-8842 for more information.

What Is a Trust?

A trust is a useful estate planning tool that allows you to hold property and assets in the trust with named beneficiaries who will receive these titles in the event that you die. Trusts are advantageous for protecting your estate, and they can also help save lots of time and money as they do not have to go through the probate process. Whatever you have listed in your trust will simply go directly to the beneficiaries you have named.

Note that while trusts operate similarly to wills when it comes to transferring certain assets, you will still need to have a will for certain other decisions. For example, trusts primarily handle estate and property matters, so you will need a will to name a legal guardian if you have minor children. It is also a safe bet to have a will in case there is some property you’ve gained that you forgot to include in your trust.

Secure Your Legacy with a Trust in Nassau County

There are several different types of trusts you can create, depending on your circumstances. For instance, there are living trusts that allow you to manage your trust assets during your lifetime, and there are testamentary trusts that determine the distribution of your assets after you die. These trusts can be either revocable (changed or terminated at any point during your lifetime) or irrevocable (cannot be changed once it has been established and cannot be revoked after you die).

Understanding Irrevocable Trusts in Nassau County

One of the most important types of trusts that we handle at Kirshblum Taber PC is the irrevocable trust, which can be either an irrevocable living trust or an irrevocable testamentary trust. An irrevocable living trust is when you transfer assets to the trust while you are alive. With an irrevocable testamentary trust, you also create it during your lifetime, but it becomes part of your will and thus is administered according to the terms of your will. This type of trust may be appropriate in situations when you want to name a trustee to manage the property on behalf of a minor.

Expert Guidance on Irrevocable Trusts in Nassau County

Trusts can be confusing and complex matters, but Kirshblum Taber PC is significantly experienced with all stages of the process, from creating a trust to understanding its terms. For legal assistance on making your irrevocable trust in Nassau County, contact Attorney Orly Taber, Esq. for informed legal counsel. We will make sure your property is being appropriately protected for your beneficiaries and that all the legal jargon meets your needs and interests.


Get started on your Nassau County trust today by calling Kirshblum Taber PC at (516) 908-8842. Schedule an initial consultation online here.


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Dedicated and Experienced Legal Professionals

Our lawyers serving Nassau County bring a unique background of experience. Attorney David A. Kirshblum, Esq. is a retired judge who has spent over 24 years on the family court bench, including presiding over cases involving  Sean “Puffy” Combs, Al Pacino, and Mick Jagger. 

He has also written decisions that have been affirmed by the NYS Appellate Division. Having been on the judicial side of the law, Attorney Kirshblum has a unique perspective that can prove advantageous to strategizing against the other side. 

Further, while Attorney Kirshblum handles the family law side, Attorney Orly Taber, Esq. has significant experience with estate planning and helps clients, particularly the elderly, with estate matters and ex-spouse property disputes.  

She is an energetic and client-focused lawyer who helps build estate plans that safeguard your personal and material interests. 

Both Nassau County lawyers at Kirshblum Taber PC are experienced and professional advocates who treat their clients with respect.

Schedule an initial consultation with our attorneys by calling (516) 908-8842 today to get started on your case.

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