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Probate & Administration of Wills & Trusts

Helping You to Settle the Estate Promptly and Correctly

iStock_000003293407SmallAt the Law Offices of Kilmartin & Kilmartin, P.C. we are often called upon to represent executors or trustees in the process of administering a decedent’s estate. After the passing of a loved one, you may be assigned as the personal representative or executor of an estate. Remember that these duties make you responsible for the accurate and proper administration of these assets. We are experienced in helping families and individuals protect their interests and the integrity of the estate. We routinely handle complex issues to make the process simple for the family, from initial probate through final accounting.

The probate/administration process can be complex, so it is important to have a clear understanding of your rights as well as your obligations. Our attorneys will take a comprehensive approach, review your interests as an executor or beneficiary and ensure the timely and proper administration of the estate.

Our full range of Estate and Administration services include:

    • Estate Tax, Gift Tax, and Generating Skipping Tax Planning
    • Health Care Proxy and Living Will
    • Power of Attorney
    • Wills
    • Trusts
    • Guardianships
    • Medicaid Planning
    • Medicaid Eligibility
    • Credit Shelter Trusts
    • Disclaimer Credit Shelter Trust
    • Life Insurance Trusts
    • Estate & Trust Litigation
    • Probate & Administration
    • Irrevocable Trusts
    • Revocable Trusts
The administration of an estate can result in disputes. Beneficiaries can take legal action against the executor and other disputes may arise between beneficiaries in a will contest. Our attorneys understand the emotional complexities of these issues and know how difficult the administration of a loved ones estate can be. We will employ experience, strategy and skill to analyze legal issues and effectively assert your rights.

Our goal at Kilmartin & Kilmartin, P.C. is to assist you in settling the estate promptly and correctly so that the executor can avoid family conflict and avoid personal liability to the beneficiaries and taxing authorities.

You can reach us by telephone at (914) 237-6000 or by e-mail at:

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