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When you don’t have an estate plan, the court system decides what happens to your assets–and the courts don’t always come up with the right answers.
At the Parker Law Firm, we believe that proper planning can save your loved ones from the difficulties and stresses of facing these emotional issues when you’re gone. We’ll help protect your assets from nursing home poverty or government agencies that wish to take your money after you die. New York estate planning attorney, David Parker, will create the right plan for you and your family.
When you’re making life-changing decisions, including crafting a plan for incapacitation or end-of-life circumstances, it’s best to have a dedicated New York estate planning attorney by your side. An experienced estate planning law firm will make sure you’re making the most advantageous decisions and treat you with dignity and respect, no matter what your circumstances.
At the Parker Law Firm, we’re committed to helping all our clients create plans that serve their best interests, not ours. Whether you have a modest amount of assets or are wealthy, the Parker Law Firm has the experience you need to create an estate plan that works for your family. Remember, the only thing that counts in choosing whether or not you need an estate plan is whether you wish to decide what happens to your assets instead of having the state decide.
Our philosophy is simple: we treat others the way we want to be treated. It’s always nice to know that someone cares, and at Parker Law Firm, we’re there for you every step of the way.
There are many legal strategies involved in estate planning, including wills, revocable living trusts, irrevocable trusts, durable powers of attorney, and health care documents.
Elder law is another aspect of estate planning, focusing primarily on the needs of families and individuals as they age.
The probate process is supposed to be simple. Mom or Dad passed away, their assets or even a single asset is locked up and requires the probate process in order to move forward.
The 15 minute initial phone call is designed as a simple way for you to get to know us, and for our team to learn more about your unique estate planning needs.