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Albany Trusts and Estates Lawyers

New York Estate Planning Attorneys

Whether you are ready to come up with a combination of wills and trusts and wills that will best serve your family, or you have the responsibility of administering an estate in probate, you want to make sure you do it right. An experienced attorney can answer your questions and help you through the process.

At the law offices of Maxwell & Van Ryn, LLP, our Albany trusts attorneys can help you explore your options and find solutions tailored to the needs of your loved ones. With extensive family law, business law and real estate services as well, we can provide our clients with the integrative counsel needed to address complex trusts and estates concerns.

Extensive Trusts and Estates Services

  • Estate planning: Everyone should have an estate plan that works for their family and honors their wishes. We use a number of tools, including wills, trusts and powers of attorney, to meet asset transfer and tax planning needs.
  • New York probate: We provide both probate and estate administration services for New York estates. If you have been named as the executor or trustee of an estate, we can help you through this process.
  • Guardianships: Attorney John Maxwell has been helping families address the concerns of developmentally disabled or otherwise incapacitated adults for years. Under his watchful eye, our firm can help you obtain a supplemental needs trust or guardianship.

Our firm also handles the trust and estate concerns specific to business owners and people who have recently divorced. With extensive business law and family law practices, we understand the full impact of these issues on you, your family and your business.

Contact Us Today

Whatever administrative concerns you may have regarding trusts and estates, we can answer your questions and help you find solutions. Located in the Albany suburb of Delmar, our lawyers represent clients across upstate New York. Call 518-478-6634 or contact us today for a consultation with no obligation.