Long Island Estate Planning Lawyer

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Estate Planning Lawyer

Benefits of Working with Our Firm

Friendly & personable service
Backed by 20+ years of experience
Unparalleled legal representation
Extensive track record of success
Cost-effective legal representation
Customized plans fit meet your objectives
We genuinely care about your family's well-being

We assist clients with a variety of estate planning matters including:


Power of attorney Trusts Living wills Wills Health care proxies

Do you want to ensure that when you pass away, your assets and property go to the beneficiaries of your choosing? If so, contact our Nassau County elder law lawyer at The Virdone Law Firm, P.C. We recognize that having to plan for a future that does not involve you can be a daunting task; however, it can also be a very beneficial one. This is why we encourage our clients to contact us sooner rather than later to get started on their estate plan.


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Estate Planning Lawyer

It is never too soon to begin planning for the future protection of your loved ones, and the assets for which you have worked so hard. Because forming an estate plan is a personal process, it is important to make sure the legal team you hire is one you can trust. We take the handling of our clients' assets, children, property, and loved ones incredibly serious. If you retain our representation, we will get to know you, and gain a clear understanding of your specific goals and desires.

We limit the number of cases we take on, so that every client is treated with the level of individualized attention they deserve. Our team wants to ensure that we create an environment where our clients can feel comfortable and confident with the guidance they receive. In addition, estate plans are not set in stone, which means that you can make alterations whenever you so desire.

Do not wait until it is too late—get started on your plan today!

If you are still hesitant about forming an estate plan, consider the advantages that creating a plan could have on your loved ones. Forming an estate plan can spare your family the time, money, and energy that is associated with having to go through probate. In addition, you can ensure that your assets go to the beneficiaries of your choosing, and that guardians you trust will assume responsibility for your children.

We want you to be confident that your estate plan is an exact replica of your wishes. In doing so, you can obtain peace of mind knowing that if you were to suddenly pass away, your assets and loved ones will be accounted for in the manner of your choosing. We are proud to offer potential clients free case evaluations, so do not wait until it is too late! Give us a call today to request a free consultation and get started on your estate plan.


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The Virdone Law Firm, P.C.
Nassau County Elder Law Attorney
Located at: 900 Merchants Concourse,
Suite 212,

Westbury, NY 11590
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Phone: (516) 712-2142
Local: (516) 570-3875
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