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Estate Planning In Connecticut And Westchester County, NY
When you work so hard to build a life for your family, it only makes sense to use all the tools at your disposal to get the best possible outcomes for the ones you love. Estate planning offers you effective options for planning for the future – for whatever may come your way. Change is inevitable, which is why it is so important to lay the groundwork for protecting your assets and your loved ones.
At Goldman Schwartz, LLC, we simplify the complexities of estate planning law to help you achieve your goals. Our firm can help with a variety of needs, including:
With all the effort you put in to build your estate, you deserve to transfer as much of it as possible to those you designate. Our firm has you covered. We can help you choose the best estate planning options for your needs.
Special Needs Planning
Living with a disability or caring for a child with a disability means you face a unique set of challenges. We can help you develop a financial plan and do what is necessary to retain your access to benefits.
Our elder law services can help you maintain financial stability and keep your benefits coming in. We can also help with issues related to nursing home care, senior abuse and more.
Our team can guide you through the entire probate process, making certain that your loved one’s instructions are followed to the letter.
Please contact us today to learn more about our estate planning services in Connecticut and Westchester County, NY.
Join us at the B&L Financial Architects Workshop Series for Long-Term Care Planning
Date: May 10, 2018, 6:00 p.m.
Address: B’nai Tikvoh Sholom, 180 Still Road, Bloomfield, CT 06002
RSVP: by May 8th [email protected] or (860) 432-9119 x357
Guest Speaker: Elder Law Attorney Renee Schwartz, Goldman Schwartz, LLC It is crucial to prepare today for a secure tomorrow. Learn how to protect what you have for the people in your life that you love the most. We will cover topics such as the use of trusts to protect assets, the importance of having current health directives, power of attorney, and more.