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    Lawyers - Wills Estates Trusts & Probate in Stony Brook

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    Business Listing   Berger & Brandow- LLP - Stony Brook, NY - Phone: (631) 689-7404

    Business Listing   Karen L Podell - Stony Brook, NY - Phone: (631) 689-8000

    Business Listing   Killian- Patrick O. Attorney - Stony Brook, NY - Phone: (631) 751-5095

    Business Listing   Mercep- Anthony W. Attorney - Stony Brook, NY - Phone: (631) 751-5757

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    Helpful Definition for: Lawyers - Wills Estates Trusts & Probate

    Wills, Estate and Trust law in Stony Brook is a set of rules and regulations set by the government to dispose of property of an individual in the event of his or her death. Probate is a process wherein the property of the deceased is administered as per the will. The core responsibility of a lawyer in this field is to draft a will and prepare necessary documents. Along with this, the lawyer has to maintain a healthy relationship with the wealth manager of the client wherein he can take necessary advice in regards to financial planning, investments, etc. The lawyer is required to have an appropriate law degree along with experience and a valid license. In the event of death of the client, the lawyer is required to notify the creditors, to distribute the assets of the executor, etc.

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