A Holistic Approach To Estate Planning
With a home office in Rochester, our estate planning practice at Brenna Boyce is designed to help you meet your specific long-term goals. We take a holistic approach, which means we will consider not only your assets but also the unique dynamics of your family.
Assistance With Wills, Trusts And More
We tailor all our recommendations to address specific concerns and ensure that your interests are protected. Our legal services comprise all matters involving estate planning, including:
- Health care proxies
- Living wills/advance health care directives
- Powers of attorney
- Revocable living trusts, irrevocable trusts and Medicaid trusts
- Asset protection planning
- Estate-related disputes
No estate is too large or complex for our attorneys. We frequently advise clients with extensive assets and real estate located across the state of New York.
Probate And Estate Administration
Estate administration has been a crucial part of Brenna Boyce’s practice since the early 1950s. We guide clients through the often overwhelming tasks associated with a decedent’s estate, while always remaining sensitive to the fact that they are dealing with the loss of a loved one.
One-On-One Guidance Through The Entire Process
From the moment you contact us, we will focus on helping your family navigate the estate administration process. From answering your questions regarding timelines and responsibilities to filing the necessary paperwork to appoint an estate representative, we are here to help lift your burden. If you are the executor or administrator of the estate, our lawyers can advise you about how to properly fulfill your legal duties.
Successful Medicaid Planning
We also help clients successfully navigate the arduous and confusing area of Medicaid planning and eligibility. With the proper advice and planning, we can work to ensure that your loved one does not lose everything to the skyrocketing costs of long-term care.
Our strategies are intended to help you preserve your family’s life savings. Even if a loved one has already been placed in a nursing home, we can help relieve the emotional and financial stress associated with filing Medicaid applications and contesting denials.
Contact Us For A Consultation
We strive to handle all estate planning, probate and estate administration issues with great care and sensitivity, while providing counsel that best addresses your specific needs. Call our office at 585-454-2000 or contact us online to arrange a consultation today.