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Distinguished Legal Advocacy For 
Estate Planning, Administration And Probate Litigation

Attorney William A. Simon provides legal representation for estate tax planning, family limited partnerships, wills, trusts, estate administration and assertive trial litigation for estate disputes or contested wills.

Manhattan’s Trusted Estate Planning And Litigation
Attorney For More Than 40 Years

Estate planning

Estate Planning

Your circumstances and your wishes are not the same as anyone else’s. Specialty software programs for drafting your essential documents cannot fully deal with the nuances of your needs. Estate tax planning and family limited partnerships may also be part of your estate plan.

Estate administration

Estate Administration

Ensure timely and efficient administration of any estate involving significant property, with or without a will or trust. 

Estate litigation

Estate Litigation

When estate administration leads to litigation, an experienced estate litigation lawyer will look after your best interests.

Understanding Probate

Understanding Probate

Probate is the court proceeding that proves a person’s will is valid. It is also the process for administering a person’s final estate matters, such as collecting and inventorying assets and, after expenses and taxes are paid, distributing to rightful heirs.

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Meet Attorney
William A. Simon

Detailed Knowledge Of Estate Law
And New York’s Surrogate’s Court Proceedings

The law firm of McGarry & Simon has been serving clients throughout New York City for more than four decades.

Attorney William A. Simon provides estate plans tailored to each of his clients’ unique needs. He is an avid listener and helps his clients with innovative thinking to shape an estate plan to assist clients while alive as well as after they pass away.

Top Quality Legal Representation
Paired With Patience And Care

Estate Administration 
Is Best Handled By An Experienced Advocate

Many trustees do not know the full breadth of responsibility that comes along with the title of “trustee.” If you have recently assumed the role of trustee or successor trustee, speak with a knowledgeable estate administration attorney to be sure you understand and uphold your duties in a timely manner.

On the other hand, if you are a beneficiary or heir of a trust and the estate’s trustee is not upholding their duty to prompt, complete communication and distribution of the trust, you may have a right to litigate to move the process along.