Wills & Estates Attorney handling clients from Suffolk County to Nassau County on Long Island

wills and estates lawyer Karen NapolitanoEveryone needs a will, no matter what his or her age or the extent of their assets.
A will, trust or an estate plan not only maps the eventual distribution of your property and other assets, but also the care, guardianship and education of children, if you die before they reach the age of majority. Carefully planned wills, trusts and estate plans should also include setting forth healthcare directives in the event you are unable to make decisions about the care you receive.
Whether you are starting a family and accumulation of assets or you have spent a lifetime building your estate, developing a plan for the future is important for your peace of mind and the well-being of those who mean the most to you. At the Law Offices of Karen C. Napolitano, P.C., we have the knowledge and skills to assist you with the legal aspects of a:
  • Last will and testament
  • Estate planning
  • Health care proxy
  • Living Will
  • Power of Attorney
  • Guardianship
  • Estate administration
  • Probate

Probate, Estate Administration and Litigation

Our Riverhead, NY law firm also represents clients as fiduciaries (executor/ administrator) in the probate or administration of estates for which they are either appointed by the Court or are required to obtain authority from the Court to administer an estate.
Our wills and estates practice extends to representing parties in Surrogate’s Court, which hears cases involving the affairs of decedents, including the probate of wills, the administration of estates, accountings, guardianships and adoptions.


Whether you are ready to prepare a will, trust or estate plan, need assistance with guardianship, probate or need legal help to settle an estate controversy, call the Law Offices of Karen C. Napolitano at (631) 727-7345 to arrange a consultation at our Riverhead office. Find out how our extensive experience with wills and estates can protect your legal rights and best interests.

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