Drafting a Will in New York
Pfeifer & Choi PLLC: Protecting Your Decisions
It’s all in the name. According to Merriam-Webster, the definition of “will” includes desire, choice and determination. More than just a distribution of your assets, a legal will can express your desires for the future of your estate, the choices you made to achieve them, and the determinations on whom will benefit.
With decades of experience in New York Elder Law, our skilled and highly regarded attorneys at Pfeifer & Choi PLLC have been dedicated to protecting the decisions of our clients. Our compassionate New York Elder Law lawyers can provide the legal counsel necessary to express your final wishes and enable them to be honored.
Trust Your Future with P&C Elder Law Lawyers
A will is a document that establishes your wishes in a legal format. The key component of an effective estate plan, a will provides a lawful record of whom you wish to inherit your assets as well as who will administer your estate. A will is your final voice, allowing you to specify who will receive your estate and who will administer it.
P&C can assist in drafting the provisions you choose to include in your will, including but not limited to:
- Appointing a guardian for a minor child
- Providing for a special needs dependent
- Appointing a custodian to manage a child’s assets
- Creating trusts
- Naming beneficiaries
- Declaring an estate administrator
Shielding Your Choices
Unfortunately, not having a will constructed with the assistance of an experienced and knowledgeable Elder Law attorney can leave your final wishes up for debate. Without proper execution, a will can be contested, keeping your heirs in a legal limbo indefinitely.
Our insightful attorneys at Pfeifer & Choi PLLC are recognized for the acumen in matters of Elder Law and Trusts & Estates law. We are continuously asked to speak at legal education seminars throughout the state, as well as sought after to offer legal commentary in numerous publications. Our firm can utilize our current and comprehensive understanding of Elder Law to guide you through process of drafting a legally valid will that can help shield your choices for the future.