Wills Attorneys 

Draft Your Will with Our Leading Probate Lawyers in North Carolina & New York

Without a will you may not be able to direct what happens to your estate after you pass. When you pass without a will that names your executor,  you have died intestate, and your property will be distributed according to New York law (EPTL 4-1.1).  

What each of your living relatives then receives from your estate will depend on their relationship to you and New York intestate succession laws.

While everyone should have a last will and testament, not everyone should use the same type of will.  Our experienced attorneys in New York and North Carolina can help you choose the best type of will for your individual situation and ensure your document is legal.  

Whether you need help drafting a last will and testament or a living will, we can ensure that it considers all the important factors including current estate taxes. insurance issues, and other aspects that will help move things easily through the probate process.

Schedule your consultation with our preferred wills attorneys in New York & North Carolina by calling 914-228-7448 or contacting us online today!

What Sets Us Apart?

Over 65 Years of Experience
  • Personalized Guidance From Start to Finish
    We are very selective about the cases we take on to provide you with the highest quality representation.
  • Attorneys and Certified Public Accountants
    Unique knowledge for accountings, tax laws, asset valuations and complex estates.
  • Exceptional Estate and Trust Law Experience
    Over 65-years collective experience in estate and trust planning, administration, litigation, and guardianship.
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    Dying Without A Will
    As many of you may know legendary singer/songwriter Aretha Franklin died in 2018 without leaving a will. Other wealthy celebrities such as Prince have done the same. This can lead to many types of unwanted consequences. As an example, the T&E department at PCS is currently ...
  • Son Must Repay Mother’s Estate
    Estate Case
    A local man and his then-wife used undue influence on his elderly mother to clean out the woman’s bank accounts before she passed away, a Schenectady County Surrogate’s Court ruled this week. The verdict, in a case brought by the woman’s two other sons, means the man and his ...
  • Brothers Inheritance Restored
    Estate Dispute
    After much litigation including more than a dozen depositions, obtaining numerous medical records and various other relevant documents, expert medical testimony, and the beginnings of trial preparation, an estate dispute was settled on behalf of our client for $700,000. Our ...

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