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Create A Thorough Estate Plan For Your Needs

Forming an estate plan is an important part of your overall personal finances. Creating wills and trusts can give you strong asset protection and ensure that your beneficiaries will receive the right inheritance.

However, figuring out the right estate plan for your circumstances can be difficult. There are many options, and our attentive attorneys at Adria S. Hillman, Attorney at Law, P.C., can explain each one at your consultation. We take the time get to know each client’s goals and needs so that we can make the strongest recommendations possible.

Learn About Wills And Trust Options

A testamentary will is often the foundation of a cohesive estate plan. Within it, you can determine who should inherit significant assets that aren’t already transferred to a trust. A will also allows you to name an executor for your estate and guardians for your children.

We can also advise you on many types of trusts, such as:

  • Asset protection trusts
  • Special needs trusts
  • Generation-skipping trusts, which are also known as dynasty trusts
  • Charitable trusts
  • Qualified terminable interest property (QTIP) trusts

Trusts offer special protection and management of your assets. Depending on your specific purpose for protecting assets, there are numerous types of trusts available. Our New York attorneys will consider your individual situation — whether you have children from a prior marriage, questions about protecting inheritance from a former spouse or particular objectives.

Review Your Estate Plan With Our Lawyers

Adria S. Hillman, Attorney at Law, P.C., has counseled professional and celebrity clients who have special assets and high net worth. Regardless of your financial portfolio, you can meet directly with an estate planning attorney at our firm. Call 212-593-5223 or email our firm in Manhattan to schedule a consultation.

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