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Wills Trusts and Estates

One of the most common misconceptions about estate planning is that it is exclusively for the wealthy or elderly. Estate planning is actually a great option for anyone who has assets, family, or specific wishes for after they pass.

For experienced guidance with wills, trusts, and all matters estate planning, trust our skilled team at Karl Brodzansky. For more than 30 years, our Garden City estate planning lawyer has provided a high standard of legal counsel to clients in Long Island.

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WILLS VS. TRUSTS: WHICH IS RIGHT FOR ME?

Virtually everyone should have a last will and testament, as it can cover broader requests and instructions after your death than a trust alone. Especially if you have young children, a will gives you the ability to nominate guardians for them. In most cases, trusts are a superior option for the transfer of assets, but should generally be paired with a will to handle any spill-over.