Probate in New York
The Elder Law Attorneys of Pfeifer & Choi Can Help Ease the Process
Regrettably, the death of a loved one is more than emotionally draining. Most individuals don’t realize it is a legal matter that can be complex and tedious. Grief and other worries must be pushed aside to deal with unexpected and unwelcome court matters.
At Pfeifer & Choi, our skilled lawyers can provide the sympathetic legal counsel you need to guide you through the probate system. For many years, our compassionate New York Elder Law lawyers have been committed to easing the legal concerns of grieving loved ones. We are dedicated to helping you understand your legal obligations and requirements so you can make the sound decisions necessary.
In New York, the probate process can be lengthy and tedious. Even if there is a valid will in place, the procedure may take a long time, such as in cases where the heirs cannot be found. If the will is declared invalid or contested, the process can take even longer. The accomplished attorneys at Pfeifer & Choi have many years of experience assisting clients with probate proceedings. We work hard to make sure your will is executed as efficiently and as smoothly as possible.
Whether or not a valid will is in place, our firm can assist you with numerous matters of probate, including:
- Petitions for Probate
- Petitions for Ancillary Probate
- Successor Letters Testamentary
- Validating a Will
- Opening an Estate
Knowledgeable Counsel for Complicated Legalities
Our lawyers are highly respected for their comprehension of Elder Law issues. We are regularly featured in numerous publications and have been featured speakers in legal seminars throughout the state.
At Pfeifer & Choi, you will find the knowledgeable and insightful legal counsel you need to decipher and manage the complicated and overwhelming probate process. We recognize this can be a stressful and emotional time, and we are devoted to alleviating your pain and concerns while providing the support you need to adeptly settle an estate.