Estate Planning Lawyer Queens NYC
For your convenience, The Law Offices of Roman Aminov has offices located in Flushing, Queens & Brooklyn, NY. Whether you are looking for estate planing, probate, elder law, or real estate needs Roman Aminov and his team are here to assist you every step of the way. Call today to set up an appointment for a confidential free consultation.
Planing your estate is not as easy as ABC. That's why the Law Offices of Roman Aminov gives clients the attention they deserve to plan out their wills, living trust processes, and financial goals. The Law Offices of Roman Aminov can provide you with references from satisfied clients in areas like Forest Hills, Jamaica, and Astoria Queens.
Medicaid planning is one of our areas of expertise. Elder law planning is vital to protect your home and assets and that is why we have a system in place to attend to any type of needs you may have when it comes to planning for your future.
Losing a close family member is very difficult. We will help you deal with the courts and the rest of the legal maze that is required to attain and distribute your funds. So whether you need probate Flushing, Brooklyn, or NYC services contact us today. In an effort to get the general public more attuned to elder law matters, The Law Offices of Roman Aminov would like to invite you to our estate planning blog. Many patrons have recently inquired about what assets are legally inherited from their spouse and if their spouse can disinherit them from the will or estate. Did you ever ask yourself, what is the probate process in NY? If so, it's time to call the Law Offices Of Roman Aminov and set up a free consultation.
Visit our Brooklyn Office at: Law Offices Of Roman Aminov 1600 Avenue M, Brooklyn, NY 11230 (347) 766-2682. Visit our Queens office at: Law Offices Of Roman Aminov 147-17 Union Turnpike, Flushing, NY 11367 (347) 766-2685. Please call ahead of time to schedule an appointment with Roman Aminov.
If your loved one did not leave a will for whatever reason, you must go through the NY estate administration process to retrieve what you deserve.
From contract to closing, The Law Offices of Roman Aminov can help you with all your real estate needs. The Law Office of Roman Aminov makes Purchasing Real Estate in Queens and negotiating a contract that will suite the homeowner easy. Whether you are buying your first home, a vacation home or a commercial investment choosing the right real estate attorney can change the whole complexion of the purchase. Don't be misled by lawyer offering really cheap closing costs. Closing your property with an inexperienced attorney can cost you thousands down the line. NY real estate laws can be difficult to navigate and that is why only a really experienced attorney should be trusted.
Medicaid Planning & Elder Law for Queens Seniors
The Law Offices Of Roman Aminov has always been an advocate of long term care insurance. For many who cannot afford private insurance plans, Medicaid becomes vital in planning for a safer future. A really large amount of senior citizens and workers claims have been coming into medicaid over the last few years. There are a lot of intricacies in Medical planning. Medicaid can jeopardize ones assets down the road if no preventative measures are taken during the initial planning. Medicaid planning with a Medicaid trust is one way we can help protect your home. If you are entering your golden years you must understand all the pertaining laws very clearly. Understanding elder laws in Queens like we do is not something that happens overnight. We have years of experience helping the elderly navigate through the elder law and medicaid maze. so call today for a free case consultation. Queens has a very high blue collared workers population. For this exact reason medicaid law cases and workers compensation law cases have been increasing. Only a qualified medicaid lawyer can help a blue collared worker navigate through the intricacies of personal versus government issued health insurance.
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