Probate and Estate Planning Services

Without question, estate planning must be addressed by all families. The long term security of a spouse, children, and other relatives or close friends is too important to leave estate issues to chance. However, individuals often perceive the estate planning process as confusing and difficult, and therefore are reluctant to attempt it.

The Law Offices of Dominic E. Rainone takes the mystery out of estate planning. After carefully assessing a client’s particular situation and concerns, the firm structures and implements an estate plan that is individually tailored. This combination of a personalized plan, prepared by an experienced professional, results in a final product in which you can have confidence.

The firm provides a complete spectrum of estate planning legal assistance, including:

  • Will preparation
  • Drafting revocable and irrevocable trusts
  • Ensuring security of minor children
  • Minimizing taxes on family wealth transfers
  • Contingency planning for physical or mental incapacity
  • Evaluation of life insurance needs
  • Structuring gifts to family and charities
  • Organizing succession of a family business

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In the event that court intervention is necessary, The Law Offices of Dominic E. Rainone’s experience and expertise in estate planning is invaluable in representing client interests in litigation, and representation of matters involving:

  • Probates and administration of estates
  • Will contests
  • Trust disputes
  • Protecting beneficiaries inheritance and legal interests
  • Trustee breach of Fiduciary Duties