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Real Estate Law

Managing real property transactions under estate plans

Real property is often the most highly valued asset in an estate plan and among the most complex when it comes to sheltering, transferring or liquidating it. Mark H. Weiss, P.C. combines detailed knowledge of real estate law wit...

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Special Needs Trusts

Quality of life assurance crafted to fit your circumstances

A Special Needs Trust, also referred to as a Supplemental Needs Trust, allows the assets of a disabled individual or the assets you may want to leave a disabled family member to be utilized for their benefit while still all...

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Trust

Long Island lawyer helps preserve your family assets

A trust is a legal entity that holds and manages your property. Trusts are established in situations where holding an asset yourself or transferring it outright to your heirs would expose you to tax liability and diminish the valu...

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Creating a Will

Testamentary documents drafted, reviewed and modified

The paramount purpose of your personal wealth is to provide security for your loved ones. Only you know how that can best be accomplished, but you must take affirmative steps to express your wishes in a legally valid form. If you do not...

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Estate Planning and Asset Protection

Quality of life assurance crafted to fit your circumstances

The art of estate planning comes down to two things: communication and implementation. At Mark H. Weiss, P.C., we listen to your concerns. We thoroughly review your financial circumstances and your health history. We work w...

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Estate Litigation

Resolving disputes over asset management and distribution

Even a well-crafted estate plan is vulnerable to mismanagement or corruption. A trust administrator may simply not be up to the task of overseeing the assets the trust holds. Or individuals with access and opportunity may deliberate...

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Probate

In order for the assets of an estate to pass from a deceased party to his or her beneficiaries, the Surrogate Court must first receive a signed petition and other documents, including an original Will before before it will consider appointing a representative who will have will have power t...

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