Nassau County Estate Administration and Probate Attorney
Virtual Estate Planning. No Office Visit Required. In-House Notary. Plan Your Estate With Our Phone/Video Consultations & Legal Services. Performed By Our Principal Attorney Michael W. Alpert. Call (516) 280-7288 For Immediate Help.
We know the difficulty involved upon the passing of a family member or loved one. Our office is experienced in all aspects of probate and estate administration in Nassau and Suffolk County on Long Island, as well as New York City. We will work with your family and advise you and prepare all of the necessary paperwork for filing with the Surrogate’s Court.
The Law Offices of Michael W. Alpert will assist with the estate process from start to finish, including the collection of assets, paying any estate bills, and distribution of assets to the beneficiaries. Call 516-280-7288 for a consultation today.
Further, should there be any claims against the estate or issues which may result in litigation, this office provides services including: will contests, removal of an executor/administrator, and accounting proceedings.
The process of admitting a valid will is referred to as probate, while a similar process known as administration occurs when a decedent dies without a will (“intestate”). The probate/administration proceeding should commence as soon as practical, and the Law Offices of Michael W. Alpert can assist during this difficult period for your family.
We offer a free consultation for your office visit to discuss the process and what documentation would be required for filing the requisite paperwork for either a probate or administration proceeding.
It is important to note that someone can be an executor’s for their relative’s estate even if they do not reside in the State of New York. Our office is technologically updated and communicates regularly with clients inside and outside the state via e-mail and telephone communication. You can rest easy that the Law Offices of Michael W. Alpert will assist and guide you through this difficult and trying time in your life.
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An uncontested probate or administration proceeding can result in the issuance of letters testamentary (or administration) in as little as four (4) weeks. However, the time frame can be much longer with a complicated on contested estate. Our office can assess your situation when you make an appointment for a free consultation. Call (516) 280-7288 or contact us online today.