Your Long Island Wills, Trust & Estates Lawyer

What happens if you become ill or disabled? What happens to all you own when you die?  Do Not be Like Prince or Aretha Franklin.  They died without a will or any legal direction about what should happen to their estates.  So, what does that mean?  It means the State will determine what happens with everything they own and that may not happen until after many years of costly litigation.

Do you know how to protect your loved ones and your 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 G. Spirio is an experienced and compassionate 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, and Estate planning
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Living Wills
  • Health Care Proxies
  • Estate Probate Lawyer
  • Standby Guardianship for Minor Children
  • Authorizations for Anatomical Donation
  • Advanced Funeral Arrangements
  • Special Concerns for the LGBT Community

Trust, Wills & Estates Attorney Services

With Ms. Spirio you will receive the utmost care and handling of your situation. Get the attention to detail you deserve in a cost effective manner. Get the proper guidance and understanding to make informed choices for these important decision to properly protect you and your family. There are differences between a will and a trust that are important to understand. By hiring a trust lawyer, you will have a better comprehension of these aspects.  You will also understand the importance and which documents everyone should have in place to protect themselves and their family

Trust Attorney Nassau County

If you want to protect your family, and alleviate your concerns about “what happens,” please contact us today with your question. You can call 631-277-8844 to learn about the benefits of having a Trust, Will and Estate lawyer on your side. This is a no obligation initial consultation with personal service. Serving Long Island, Suffolk and Nassau County.




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