We assist clients in developing plans for the disposition of their estates after death and for the perpetuation of family businesses. Pullano & Farrow’s Estate Planning Practice Group offers a full range of tools, including simple and complex Wills, Trusts, Special Needs Trusts, Guardianships, Revocable Trusts, Life Insurance Trusts, Irrevocable Medicaid Trusts, Asset Protection Planning, QTIP Marital Trusts, the use of Disclaimers of interests in property, Charitable Trusts and a host of other documents and extensive advice regarding which tools will best suit the needs of each client. Optimal tax planning may also involve the rearrangement of ownership of property within a family unit, by gift or otherwise.
The estate planning attorneys at Pullano & Farrow will help you to develop a comprehensive plan that takes into account both present goals and possible future contingencies, such as changes in tax laws, births or deaths of family members and others, and other changes in circumstance. We will counsel you with respect to lifetime gifting strategies, and strategies to avoid probate, including various forms of property ownership and beneficiary designations.
Our estate planning attorneys will assist you in addressing the different impacts of estate, gift and pension laws on for unmarried couples, providing for partners and children whose central importance in the client’s life may not be legally recognized. Our goal is to provide a knowledgeable and understanding environment in which to discuss each client’s, couple’s and family’s specific needs and objectives.