A will is the backbone of any estate plan, and is included in all our estate planning packages. If your plan includes a Trust, your will is typically referred to as a “pour-over will” because it ensures that your assets will “pour over” into a previously established trust.
Contrary to popular belief, wills do not avoid probate.
Wills are a matter of public record and afford little to no privacy.
In your will you, among other things, name your executor/personal representative of your estate, appoint guardians for your children, and direct to whom you wish your assets be distributed.
Selling your primary residence, a second/vacation home, a residential investment property, or an inherited property? We can help.
Real estate agents help list and find a buyer, but Real Estate attorneys are essential to bring the transaction across the finish line. Real estate attorneys, among other things, negotiate the purchase and sale agreement, handle title issues, and be sure that your rights as seller are protected.
The probate process, especially for estates that haven’t properly planned in advance, can be extremely convoluted and frustrating.
We understand this is a highly sensitive and emotional time, and dealing with paperwork, filling out forms, ensuring court deadlines are met, determining the proper type of probate that needs to be filed, etc., is not what anyone needs during these difficult times. We at Zuccaro Law, LLC are here to help take some of this burden off your shoulders, affording you the opportunity to grieve, and be where you should be – with family.
Leasing and renting property come with many traps for the unwary.
It is important for both landlords and tenants to ensure that their rental agreement is documented and confirmed in writing – regardless of whether for a tenancy at will or a leased tenancy for a particular term. At Zuccaro Law, LLC, we can assist in drafting or reviewing your lease to ensure compliance with, among other things: