Protect Your Estate And Your Heirs’ Inheritance
Located in Manhattan, the law office of M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, helps clients develop estate plans, administer wills and trusts, and protect their testamentary directives in estate litigation.
Plan For The Future, Protect Your Assets And Reduce Your Taxes
At the law office of M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, we help families plan for the future through estate planning.
Estate law attorney develops estate plans that help individuals devise their properties, preserve their family legacies and transfer wealth to the next generation in the most tax-efficient manner possible.
We understand that estate planning is an intensely personal process. Attorney Randolph takes the time to get to know his clients and understand their fears and their goals. Together, we then develop a strategic estate plan to fulfill our clients’ final wishes. Depending on our clients’ needs, we use a variety of estate planning tools to achieve their goals, including:
- Powers of attorney
- Advance health care directives
- Tenancies by the entirety
- Jointly held property
- Beneficiary designations
- Estate tax planning
Even the simplest estate can become complex when foreign beneficiaries are involved. At the law office of M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, we understand the interplay of domestic and foreign inheritance and tax laws, and we work closely with our clients to see that legal requirements are met.
Navigating Manhattan’s Probate Court
Probate law is a complex area and estate administration is a complicated process. If you were named as personal representative, or executor, of the estate, there are many responsibilities you must fulfill. Failure to meet your duties can expose you to legal liability.
For assistance with estate administration and litigation, contact New York probate lawyer . Mr. Randolph helps personal representatives fulfill their many responsibilities and avoid personal liability during estate-related litigation. We also help individuals contest the validity of wills, protect their rights in accounting proceedings and kinship hearings and in other estate-related disputes.