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Mishiyeva Law, PLLC., is a law firm focusing on estate planning, probate, and estate administration. We service the hardworking individuals of New York City with pride and expertise. We are here to represent beneficiaries, administrators, executors, grantors, heirs, creditors, and trustees. Our firm is ready to take on cases delving into the complexities of a will contest as well as general estate litigation. There are many crucial estate planning documents that should be considered when you are thinking about planning ahead for the future. We are able to assist in drafting the following:
• Revocable Trust
• Irrevocable Trust
• Living Will
• Last Will and Testament
• Healthcare Proxy
• Medicaid Trust
• Power of Attorney
Should you need assistance with a guardianship appointment, our firm is ready to provide the proper legal guidance you seek. You can contact us at (646) 535-1667 and make an appointment for a free consultation located in our office on 85 Broad Street, New York, NY 10004. If you are in need of a Brooklyn probate lawyer, or an estate planning and probate lawyer in New York, we are here to help.
A major misconception that most people have is the idea that estate planning should only apply for the elderly. This is completely false. By subscribing to a basic estate planning strategy today, you allow not only yourself, but your family the opportunity to avoid major hurdles as far as taxes are concerned, the possibility of avoiding probate, and a solid plan to avoid a will contest.
Elder Law, Estate Planning, & Probate Help in NYC
Estate Law is vast and complex. It deals with many items that can come up within a persons lifetime. Probate Administration is the process in which a decedent dies testate which means a will was in place. This process verifies if the will is valid and if so, the distribution of assets within the decedents estate are made to the appropriate parties.
Estate Planning considers a wide range of possibilities in an individuals life and plans accordingly to withstand any unpredictability that may pose as an issue on ones financial state along with their medical needs. From appointing a power of attorney in order to have your finances handled while you are incapacitated, to preparing a will, estate planning covers important decisions whether one has passed away or is still living. You can learn more about the numerous aspects involved with this area of law by reading our New York Estate Planning Blog.
|Associate Attorney||Schonfeld & Weinstein, LLP||New York, NY||03/2014 - 02/2015|
|Rutgers School of Law—Camden, Rutgers University||J.D.||Law School||2013|
|Baruch College||B.A.||English Language and Literature||2011|
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- Member | New York State Bar Association
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