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If a loved one or family member has passed away in Suffolk County or Nassau County on Long Island, it is important to hire an experienced attorney who is knowledgeable in all aspects of probate and estate administration, to ensure that your matter is handled properly. There are many legal and practical matters that must be attended to when a family member passes away. This includes petitioning the Surrogate’s Court to probate the decedent’s will, or, if the deceased did not have a will, then to have a family member appointed as the administrator of the estate. Attorney Andrew M. Doktofsky will provide you with the assistance you need to ensure that all necessary particulars are taken care of, and will guide you through the complexities that may be encountered in the administration of the estate and distribution of the decedent’s property. All legal fees are paid out of the proceeds of the estate.
Attorney Andrew M. Doktofsky is experienced in representing individuals in New York who need to probate a will or need assistance with estate administration. His clients are from all areas of Long Island, including Deer Park, Babylon, West Islip, Bay Shore, Brentwood, Hauppauge, Huntington, Lindenhurst, Hempstead and the surrounding areas. If you reside outside of New York, but your family member resided in Nassau County or Suffolk County, it will be necessary to retain a New York attorney to handle the probate or administration proceeding. Andrew M. Doktofsky is experienced in all areas of probate and estate administration, and can assist you with the following:
Although this site has valuable information regarding probate and estate administration in the Long Island area, there is no substitute for speaking to an actual lawyer. The details of each particular case are different, and you should consult with an attorney to discuss the facts of your case.
Contact the law office of Andrew M. Doktofsky, P.C. today for a free consultation about probate, estate administration, or estate litigation in Nassau County or Suffolk County, at (631) 673-9600 or through the online contact form.