Estate planning should be a priority for everyone. Many people mistakenly believe estate planning is only important if they have property to pass on after their death. Such a mindset ignores several critical issues like illness and disability. At Rosenblatt Law Firm we help our clients make informed decisions about their estate planning. We have experience drafting wills, powers of attorneys, and advanced directives.
Asset planning is essential to protect your business and yourself. Our attorneys can help you prepare to not only retain your assets, but position them for growth and find you the optimal tax or inheritance solution.
Our firm’s Estate Planning attorneys serve as a resource for our clients. We counsel and advise individuals, families, charitable organizations, trustee, and executors facing decisions about the disposition of assets, estate and gift taxes, and related family dynamics.
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Failing to address your estate plan can, and often does, leave your wishes unfulfilled and your loved ones with painful and difficult decisions. Further, the state and/or a judge is left to make these decisions. Estate planning with the Rosenblatt Law Firm benefits not only you, but also those you love, and as such, is a responsibility that should not be ignored and is a responsibility our firm takes very seriously.
What We've Helped Our Clients Achieve
Drafted hundreds of wills and other estate planning documents
Review estate plans and revise as necessary
Work with clients’ financial planners in the estate planning process
Implemented estate planning tools to maximize transfer of estate and promote efficient probate