A Unique Level of Understanding
Attorney Dvorkin is fluent in Ukrainian, Hebrew, and Russian for those clients for which English is a second language.
“Very competent lawyer with diverse knowledge of things that really matter in your life.”
Our primary focus is Estate Planning. However, since many Estate Planning projects require expertise in related areas of the law, we are able to help with many other types of legal issues. Attorney Dvorkin can handle a wide range of legal concerns including Family Law, Personal Injury, and Real Estate Law.
- Mediation for Uncontested Divorce
- Prenuptial and Postnuptial agreements
- Special Needs and Disability Law
- Guardianship and Conservatorship
- Living Documents: Power of Attorney, Health Care Proxy, HIPAA
- Trusts: Revocable, Irrevocable & Special Needs Trusts
- Estate Planning Documents including Wills, Codicils &Trusts
- Representation in Probate Court
- Estate Settlement &Administration
- Elder Law and Medicaid Planning
- Business: Formation of LLC and Partnership Contracts
- Real Estate Law
We know it isn’t easy.
At the Law Office of Marina Dvorkin, we understand the emotional challenges in working through the estate planning process. But we also know that securing your family’s future in the event that you are no longer able is one of the most important things you can do. We strive to make the process as easy as possible, and we treat every client with compassion and empathy.
What Are You Waiting For?
I don’t have much!
You would be surprised how quickly your assets add to more than you thought. And even limited assets should be protected.
I am too young to need an Estate Plan
No one wants to consider an early passing, but if you are in your 30’s or 40’s, you may want to consider who would take care of your children or your elderly parent. What about your debts such as school loans? Attorney Dvorkin can answer all of your questions and create the documents for this time in your life. These documents can easily be updated when your life circumstances change.
I’m perfectly healthy
Accidents happen! All it takes is one unfortunate incident that could land you in the hospital unable to handle your own affairs for a period of time. Living documents ensure that you are able to delegate your responsibilities when you are not able.
I don’t know why I would want to avoid probate.
If your assets exceed a certain amount, a formal court proceeding will be required for distribution of your assets according to your Will. This can be a challenge not only because of the expense involved, but also because assets may be frozen while you await completion of the probate process.