Gordon Law, P.C. - Nassau Estate Planning And Elder Law Attorney Emphasizes Need To Have A Will

May 29, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Gordon Law, P.C. - Nassau Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorney has announced that they want to emphasize the need for people in the state of New York to have a will. They point out that many people believe that a will is only for people who want to save on estate taxes or want to establish trusts. However, there are many benefits of making a will. And the problem is that if there is no will, New York statutes will effectively write a “will” for the person who has passed away but left no will.

A representative for Gordon Law says, “When you have worked hard to create stability and a future for your loved ones, it is important to make sure that legacy is passed on in the way you intended. You may believe that in the event of your death your estate will transfer smoothly to those to whom you wish to leave it, but probate and estate planning are quite complex. Working with a wills attorney in Long Island / Nassau who is experienced in the trust and estates process gives you the opportunity to explore various solutions to estate planning.”

According to the representative, aside from offering solutions to estate planning, the firm can also help with the consideration of tax issues and the creation of a will or revocable living trust that enables people to leave their legacy as they see fit. He also points out that careful estate planning can be advantageous for anyone.

Gordon Law, P.C. - Nassau Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorney is focused on providing the best possible legal representation for people in Long Island/Nassau. They also offer free initial consultation on various practice areas, including elder law, probate, trusts, wills, living trusts, and provision of a trial attorney.

The elder care law attorneys at the firm understand the need of the elderly for help regarding health care, financial management, and daily living. They are able to provide assistance in identifying additional resources and support for the elderly, which is a great concern of relatives and loved ones. The firm can help in the mediation and resolution of family differences with regards to the need for planning or care for their loved ones while respecting the elderly’s wishes as much as possible.

The attorneys can help in the planning for the quality of life and quality of care for the elderly. The firm offers Elder Care Legal Planning in Long Island/Nassau, which is designed to optimize their quality of care and quality of life while protecting and preserving their assets. Documents that can help are a current will and possibly a trust; a durable power of attorney; a medical power of attorney; and a living will/advance directive.

In probate law, the attorneys at Gordon Law will help in managing the estate of a loved one who has passed away. They are familiar and sensitive to the emotions involved regarding these matters. They are committed to ensuring that the loved one’s wishes are appropriately carried out. They can assist with every aspect of estate administration, including: will and trust administration; estate tax return filing; property division; probate court; will and trust contests; and estate and trust litigation.

Meanwhile, the attorneys at Gordon Law are knowledgeable with regards to the creation of a trust in Long Island/Nassau. The most common reason for establishing a trust is to provide for a spouse or for minor children. However, there are many other reasons, such as providing for a child or grand child or other family member with special needs; avoiding probate in multiple jurisdictions; enabling asset management for several generations; maximizing the use of the estate tax exemption in Long Island/Nassau; and protection of assets against the creditors of beneficiaries.

The law firm specializes in all types of law and can help people find the lawyer that they need. Those who are interested can conduct media inquiries at Gordon Law, P.C., visit their website, call them of the phone, or contact them by email.


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