Simplified Estate Law in Queens, Brooklyn & NYC
Law Offices Of Roman Aminov (347) Roman-85
If you need an estate Lawyer or need medicaid planning services from a qualified elder law attorney then you have came to the right place. Call or visit the Law Offices Of Roman Aminov today.
We have 2 NYC offices for your convenience.
Queens Office: Law Offices of Roman Aminov 147-17 Union Turnpike Flushing, NY 11367 (347)766-2685
Brooklyn Office: Law Offices of Roman Aminov 1600 Avenue M Brooklyn, NY 11230 (347)766-2682
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Nothing is more important than preparing yourself and your estate during the golden years of your life. Making sure you have the long-term healthcare that you will need is absolutely vital. If you cannot obtain private insurance you will need a medicaid planning lawyers help. Only an experience elder lawyer can guide you through this maze. You must make sure to ask your NYC elder lawyer the right questions. From asset distribution, to estate planning, to medicaid planning make sure to cover all bases with your attorney.
If your loved one left a will and you do not know where the probate court process begins it's time to call a law firm to assist you. Even in the event your loved one did not leave a will, we can help you claim what rightfully belongs to you through what's called estate administration. Learning what estate administration is will be crucial as the claims process without a will is quite complicated. You will need a long consultation with a qualified firm to understand the process in your state of claiming funds without instructions from the deceased. So whether you are looking to plan your estate in Astoria, Flushing, or anywhere else in the five boroughs of NYC you call call us for a free sit down consultation. Writing a will involves a lot of law. There is even a big legal debate about an estate will written by A Dementia patient that has terrible memory and very bad cognitive skills.
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