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Protect Your Family From A Lengthy Probate Process

When you pass away, what will happen to your house? Who will take care of your kids or take over your business? Although you may not want to think about what will happen to your children or your belongings, you need to create an estate plan for yourself and your family. Otherwise, your family will have to go through a lengthy probate process after your death to address matters such as property inheritance, guardianship and the settlement of any open debts you leave behind.

At The Law Office of Frank Hosein, Jr., I can help you create a strong estate plan that will help protect your assets and your family. My name is Frank Hosein, Jr. With a will or trust, you can detail your wishes and minimize any possible conflict between heirs and other interested parties during the distribution process. If you live in one of the five boroughs, Long Island or New Jersey, call me for qualified estate planning assistance to discuss your goals and wishes for your assets, heirlooms and any designated charitable donations.

Three Reasons Your Family Needs You To Have A Will Or Trust

With a last will and testament, you can distribute property to your heirs, designate guardianship and designate an executor (representative) to oversee the settlement of your estate. Likewise, having a trust can protect your assets from probate, allow your appointed trustees to control the assets included in the trust and give your loved ones some financial security. Your estate plan will help your family:

  1. Avoid a long, drawn-out probate process
  2. Prevent arguments about who deserves certain items of property
  3. Stay focused on mourning and not on court proceedings

Your family will be thankful you took the time to create an estate plan.

Protect Your Assets With A Plan

Your family deserves the assurance that you have a legally sound estate plan. Contact The Law Office of Frank Hosein, Jr., in Brooklyn as soon as possible to speak with an experienced attorney who will help you determine what kind of estate plan is right for you. To set up an initial consultation, please call me at 347-786-8618 or send me an email.