“I endorse this lawyer wholeheartedly. She is the ‘Go To’ woman for any matters involving Estates & Taxes. Her dedication to her clients is unmatched.”
“Kamilla handles probate law and related areas. She is respected by colleagues and is dedicated to the field and her clients. I endorse this attorney.”
“Kamilla is an outstanding and extremely talented attorney in the estate planning arena. She undoubtedly understands the intricacies and nuances of estate planning and tax law.”
PROBATE, ESTATE, WILL CONTEST & TRUST LAW FIRM IN NYC, BROOKLYN, BRONX, QUEENS, STATEN ISLAND & MANHATTAN
At Mishiyeva Law, our main concern is making sure you get what is rightfully due to you. Our goal is to ensure that every client gets the best individualized attention and legal representation that is due under our legal system in the area of Probate, Estate Planning and Estate Litigation. We are not just another other law firm looking to bill you as often as possible. We have your best interests at heart. Having the right estate lawyer is crucial for any estate matter.
We represent beneficiaries, administrators, executors, trustees, partnerships, individuals, and other entities in probate proceedings, will contests, actions for breach of fiduciary duties, accountings, and petitions for partition of real property. We pride ourselves in delivering quality service to clients through cost-effective and progressive problem-solving. We value our clients’ time and money, which is why they can always expect us to provide straightforward and pragmatic advice.
Our mission is to operate at all times with integrity, transparency, and unwavering ethical standards. We work laterally with our clients every step of the way to ensure their needs are being met with the utmost of professionalism and respect. We place a strong emphasis on close client relationships, providing around-the-clock advice and support. We represent clients dealing with estate matters all over New York City, including New York County (Manhattan), Kings County (Brooklyn), Bronx County, Queens County, Richmond County (Staten Island), and Suffolk & Nassau County in Long Island.
NY Estate Lawyer – Estate Planning, Probate, and Surrogate Court Representation
It has become clear that the number one way to avoid the many disputes that our law firm has seen throughout the probate process is through proper estate planning. To summarize what estate planning is, it is the process in which you indicate how you want your affairs to be handled at the time of death and how your personal and real property is to be distributed among loved ones. You map out an exact plan as to how your property should be transferred. As your NY estate planning law firm, our goal is to save your estate money – from court fees to estate tax. Our clients typically ask the following questions when they visit our office:
- What is estate Planning?
- Who are the people involved in an estate plan?
- How much does it cost to make an estate plan?
- What are the important factors in making an estate plan?
- Does my estate need planning?
From drafting wills to trusts, we examine your personal situation and determine what is the best estate planning instrument available to protect your assets from unnecessary costs. We take into account all possible court fees, taxes (including federal and state), potential will contests and creditor claims. Whatever your situation may be, contact us so we may guide you towards the most important decision you will ever make not only for yourself but for your family as well.
Kamilla Mishiyeva, the founder of Mishiyeva Law, PLLC., assists executors and administrators settle the estate of their loved ones through efficient probate and administration proceedings. She takes satisfaction in taking a watchdog role when aiding beneficiaries in maintaining control and keeping their guard up to ensure that the executors and administrators are closing out the estate properly and without any unwarranted delay. Serving our local communities is a key goal of ours. Contact us today with your estate matter.
Fight or Contest a Will in Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Bronx, Staten Island, and NYC
If you believe a last will and testament has been improperly executed or the will does not fulfill the proper legal requirements, you may be eligible to successfully challenge the said will. Our law firm can assist you in identifying grounds to contest a will. Some of the grounds include the age of the testator, their mental state, witnesses, and incorrect execution during the will signing.
Don’t let undue influence, fraud, and abuse be the reason you are left out of a will or an inheritance. We will defend your families legacy. We have the experience and staff ready to assist you in either settling the case or going through litigation. Being left out of a will can be the result of a tainted influence in a loved ones life. Our job is to correct the wrongdoing. Contact our law firm if you are ready to contest a will.
In addition to will contests, we also assist heirs and beneficiaries when the situation arises where the executor is not acting in accordance to their required fiduciary duty. A common question we always get is if an executor can sell property without the beneficiaries approving. Our law firm is here to handle these types of cases along with contests which we regularly see.
With estate planning, you have a wide plethora of tools at your disposal to accommodate your personal situation and estate planning needs. One of the most powerful financial instruments that our firm can provide for you is the trust. A trust is a separate legal entity which is managed by a trustee for the benefit of a beneficiary. Trusts can provide you with several key advantages such as avoiding the probate process, saving on estate tax, taking control of your funds and their exact distribution while alive and deceased, qualifying for Medicaid, & protecting your financial legacy.
Aside from the preservation of wealth, a trust can also be incorporated with a guardianship strategy to ensure a person receiving government assistance due to disability and dependency will not be disqualified in the event you want to provide additional funds to a person in need. By speaking with a Trust Lawyer in NYC, you will be able to set up such a trust for a loved one without defeating their eligibility for public benefits.
Elder Law and Medicaid Planning Attorney in New York
Old age can come with many issues. An entire area of law is devoted to tackling the security of the elderly. This specific area within the legal realm is coined as Elder Law. An elder law attorney examines the various obstacles that a person reaching a senior age will be exposed to and creates a plan in order to better assist their estate, ensure protective measures are in place in case of incapacitation, and the foundation of their long term care needs are taken care of. From coordinating appropriate resources whether public or private to finance the cost of care, to ensuring all alternative decision making documents are filed and prepared correctly, Mishiyeva Law, PLLC., is a law firm suited to make sure the elderly individual is in safe hands. When it comes to NYC Medicaid & Medicaid Planning, we want to ensure you Qualify for Medicaid in New York. Our law firm can also help seniors with the following: Medicaid Applications, Medicaid Hearings & Appeals, Medicaid Asset Protection Trusts, Disability Planning & Special Needs Trusts, Federal and State Tax Planning, Long-term Care Placement, Management and Administration of Trusts, Delegation of Decision Making to Another Party, Preservation and Transfer of Assets, Power of Attorney & Heath Care Proxy, & Guardianship Hearings.
Contact us immediately if you are a senior citizen living in the state of New York and would like to get a better understanding of all the options available to you. Hiring the right estate lawyer can give you a better sense of understanding of all the legal complexities involved with Elder Law. Call us today to set up a consultation. Our phone number is (646) 233-0826.
Manhattan Probate Lawyer
With our main office located in Lower Manhattan, we aim to serve this wonderful borough and city with true professionalism and diligence. Representing clients living in and out of the city is just one of many tasks on our daily agenda. Whether your an entrepreneur in the cultural industry pursuing success living in Soho, a financial guru flourishing in the Financial District, a businessman or woman chasing fame in the world of art in Chelsea, you need an attorney that can position your affairs so you are able to take care of not only yourself but your loved ones as well.
When visiting our office in 85 Broad Street 18th Floor, New York, NY 10004, you will find yourself entering an office environment that promotes success & stability while emphasizing the need for conservative and fundamental planning. We accommodate individuals, families, and businesses in all walks of life. From traditional to non-traditional families, we sit down with you and create a strategy to make the unpredictable predictable. Assigning the right estate lawyer to your case is crucial. Our firm also works closely with real estate investors as well New York City Real Estate Firms.
Brooklyn Probate Lawyer
Our satellite office in Brooklyn services the culturally rich communities of Ditmas Park, Park Slope, Brooklyn Heights, Bushwick, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Dumbo, Red Hook, Greenpoint & Williamsburg. We are also happy to serve southern Brooklyn neighborhoods such as Sheepshead Bay, Midwood, Bay Ridge, Flatbush, Mill Basin & Bensonhurst. Our firm thrives on the results we can provide our clients in and out of Surrogate’s Court. Our primary focus on estate law enables us to provide quality legal representation for Trust and Will drafting, Probate Administration, Estate Litigation, Executor Support, Guardian Proceedings, & Elder Law Representation.
Consultations can be provided over the phone or at our office which is located on 85 Broad Street 18th Floor, New York, NY 10004.
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