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The mission of our Queens, NY Estate Planning Attorneys at Lamson & Cutner is to facilitate the distribution of your assets to your beneficiaries according to your wishes, once you pass away.  Our estate planning services will also help you to minimize taxes, and to avoid difficulties for your beneficiaries after you pass.

While you are living, our services can also help you to protect your assets and income.  That will help to ensure that quality long-term care is available and affordable for you if you need it.

The Estate Planning attorneys from Lamson & Cutner who work with clients from Queens, NY can craft a cost-effective estate plan that is appropriate for your individual needs.  This will involve careful structuring of your assets while you are alive, and clear directions for how to distribute these assets when you pass on.

Our firm’s area of focus is Elder Law, which encompasses estate planning as well as asset protection strategies.  Our goal is to ensure that your assets and income are as well protected as possible during your lifetime, and distributed in the manner you wish upon your passing.  This joint strategy ensures that your financial resources are protected even if you need home care or nursing home care in the future.  Unless you plan ahead, long-term care costs can be financially devastating and destroy your legacy.

If you would like to see what a Lamson & Cutner Elder Law and Estate Planning attorney can do to help you, please go to Estate Planning and look for a discussion of the strategies that may be employed in your specific circumstances. Also, you can learn more about Our Team and Our Services.

Then, if you would like to schedule an Initial Consultation or if you would like further information, please contact our New York City office at (212) 447-8690 or our Westchester County, NY office at (914) 732-3636. You will soon be meeting with a Lamson & Cutner Estate Planning attorney who understands and who can really help you.

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