Doing what is right! Getting to the truth. Figuring out what is fair and equitable!
Unfortunately, family members have taken advantage of other family members from ancient times to the present. We all remember the biblical tale of Cain and Abel.
Sometimes, a relative's will just isn't right. Sometimes a deed or trust or a transfer of assets was done in an improper manner.
I have the experience in evaluating these cases, pinpointing the issues and coming up with a plan or strategy to best protect your interests in a fair and equitable manner.
Legal help from beginning to end
Careful estate planning at any age is a useful tool that can eliminate the need for litigation later on. Being an estate litigation specialist, I know the pitfalls you should avoid in your estate planning. Together, we can formulate a plan that articulates your wishes and protects your assets for your family.
If you are named an executor of a loved one's estate, I can help you navigate the labyrinth of the appropriate Surrogate's Court and step you through the probate process that is core to estate administration.
Should there be a dispute about the will, I have the experience in estate litigation to advocate for your interests in court.
Complete solutions to complex estate issues
Get peace of mind. At the Law Offices of Peter G. Gray, P.C., your estate matter is in the hands of an experienced legal professional. Call me today at 718.509.6769 or contact me online to schedule an appointment.
Serving the communities of Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, the Bronx and Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester counties
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5.0/5.0 Review for Peter G. Gray on 03/20/11 in Trusts and Estates.
In addition to being competent in the field of Wills and Estate planning he offered other advise about preparing for one's death.
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