Your Long Island Trust, Wills & Estate Lawyer

What happens if you become ill or disabled? Do you know how to protect your loved ones and their assets upon your death? While these issues are often difficult to talk about with family, consulting a lawyer for proper advance legal planning prevents future family problems. Concetta Spirio is an experienced and compassionate Trust, Wills and Estate attorney often retained to prepare the proper documents, administer an estate after death, and to protect and guide your executor and your heirs through this often overwhelming, complex process. Some of the key concerns Ms. Spirio addresses for her clients are:

  • Wills, Trusts, Probate
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Living Wills
  • Health Care Proxies
  • Standby Guardianship for Minor Children
  • Authorizations for Anatomical Donation
  • Funeral Arrangements

Estate Lawyer Suffolk County

If you want to protect your family, and alleviate your concerns about “what happens,” call 631-277-8844 today to learn about the benefits of having a Trusts, Wills and Estates lawyer on your side. This is a no obligation initial consultation with personal service. Serving Long Island, Suffolk and Nassau County.

Trust, Wills & Estates Planning  - Nassau County, Suffolk County

Solutions to estate planning issues often involve use of will and trust arrangements to protect assets from taxation. While accomplishing our client's goals, we provide you with the appropriate paperwork for each case's legal boundaries. Our flexible planning guarantees protection for your partner, children and grandchildren. Our clients are more often concerned with how they will manage their healthcare and financial matters down the road. Through us, powers of attorney and custom designed living wills are planned for each client's specific living situation. 

All estate administration and administration of ongoing trusts for our clients' beneficiaries receive the highest quality experience and compassion. If you own a business, our tax lawyers can help you reach your fullest earning potential through custom pension and retirement plans, structuring shareholder agreements, or by simply answering any of your tax questions. 

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