Westchester County Trusts Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms - New York

Attorneys Michael A. Giannasca and Nathan A. Shook are the partners behind our White Plains law firm, Giannasca & Shook, PLLC. Since our firm's founding in 2000, they have worked together to provide both individuals and business clients from...

For over forty years, the law firm of Shamberg Marwell Hollis Andreycak & Laidlaw, P.C. has provided the highest quality legal counsel and attentive service to its clients across diverse practice areas. The firm is renowned for its experience...

Enea, Scanlan and Sirignano, LLP is a highly versatile, knowledgeable and experienced law firm. The caring attorneys, paralegals and staff of Enea, Scanlan and Sirignano, LLP are committed to providing the highest quality comprehensive legal services...

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You've come to the right place. If you want to structure your heirs' inheritance, a trusts lawyer can help.

Trusts lawyers can help you manage your assets by placing property into trusts for purposes like reducing estate taxes, avoiding probate, and dictating how heirs get assets.

Use FindLaw to hire a local trusts lawyer to prepare a trust tailored to your circumstances like living trusts -- also known as revocable trusts or family trusts -- charitable trusts, and special needs trusts.


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