Wills and Trusts
The drafting of a will, trust, or
other testamentary document requires careful
and prudent estate planning in order to
insure that the wishes of the deceased are
honored, rather than having matters decided
at the discretion of the Surrogate's Court.
It is not simply a matter of filling out a
form to be signed by witnesses, but of
thoroughly evaluating the assets, long-range
goals, and family circumstances pertaining
to each case.
Another important consideration in
planning an estate is that provision be made
for others to decide critical healthcare
issues when you are unable to make those
decisions for yourself. Several options are
Marjorie Siegel and her staff are fully
qualified to advise you on estate planning
matters, and to attend to your requests for
wills, trusts, and related documents
efficiently and quickly.