Albany Probate Lawyer
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Probate Law Basics: Probate is the process by which legal title of property is transferred from the decedent's estate to his or her beneficiaries. The laws instructing courts how to determine the distribution of the property vary from state to state. The Albany lawyer(s) at Burke & Casserly, P.C. answer your important questions, on video, about planning for probate law in New York. For answers to your legal questions about Probate Law, click on a question below, or to contact Burke & Casserly, P.C. about Probate Law issues, use the form below or call (518) 452-1961.
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Law Firm InfoBurke & Casserly, P.C.
255 Washington Avenue. Ext.
Albany, New York 12205
About Our Firm
Located in Upstate New York and serving Albany and the greater Capital District and New York, Burke & Casserly, P.C. helps our clients protect their assets, plan their financial future, and preserve their family legacy as they travel the road of life. Our areas of practice include the highly specialized area of Elder Law including Asset Protection, Medicaid and Long Term Care Planning, Medicaid Applications and Guardianships; Wills, Trusts and Estates; Financial Planning including Tax, and Investment and Retirement Planning.
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The New York lawyer(s) at Burke & Casserly, P.C. offer their Probate Lawservices to residents of the New York cities of Albany, Colonie, Schenectady, Troy, Clifton Park, Guilderland, Bethlehem, Rotterdam, Saratoga Springs, Glenville, Queensbury, Niskayuna, Halfmoon, Amsterdam, Milton, East Greenbush, Cohoes, Gloversville, Glens Falls and Albany County, Clinton County, Columbia County, Essex County, Fulton County, Green County, Montgomery County, Rensselaer County, Saratoga County, Warren County, Washington County and Ulster County.