Estate Planning - Elder Law - Probate Administration - Estate Administration - Medicaid Planning
Welcome to our blog. We strive to give the public information relating to the complex area of law called Estate Planning. It is a crucial area of law that can have a tremendous impact on your life and the life of your family from a financial standpoint.
- Estate Planning
- Medicaid Planning
- Will and Trust Preparation
- Probate Administration
This blog is sponsored by Kamilla Mishiyeva, Esq., an estate lawyer in NYC and the founder of Mishiyeva Law, PLLC. The law firm concentrates on estate planning, probate, estate administration, probate administration, and Medicaid planning. They take pride in being able to service the great state of New York. Brooklyn, Manhattan, Bronx, Staten Island, and Queens. All of these boroughs take great pride in the people occupying them, as does the law firm. From individual, families, to local businesses, Mishiyeva Law, PLLC., does what they can to better position the great communities of NY from a financial perspective.
This blog was created to convey the rich information found within the area of Estate Law. To give a brief overview of all the many facets involved in this area of law, estate planning, probate, medicaid planning, and elder law although are interrelated, they are also vastly different.
Estate Law encompasses:
- Creating a Power of Attorney
- Preparing a Last Will and Testament
- Drafting a Revocable and Irrevocable Trust
- Creating a Business Succession Plan
- Filing Beneficiary Forms
- Preparing Crucial Financial Documents
Probate and Estate Administration deals with:
- Inventory of Decedents Assets
- Publishing a Notice to Creditors
- Defending Against Will Contests
- Contesting Wills
- Administering an Estate
- Attending Surrogate's Court
If you require the representation of an estate law firm in NYC, Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Bronx, Staten Island, or Long Island, you can call our law firm at (646) 535-1667. We are located on 85 Broad Street New York, NY 10004. We represent Executors, Beneficiaries, Trustees, Grantors, Testators, Administrators, & Creditors.
Explore our blog to get a better understanding of how to handle your affairs. The importance of this area of law can be the deciding factor on how much time, effort, and money may be spent in a scenario where an estate matter rises.