Welcome to the Schwartz, Fang, and Keating, P.C. Lawyer's website. We are estate planning, probate and estate tax lawyers, serving Long Island, New York City, and New Jersey.
Our commitment at Schwartz, Fang, and Keating, PC is to excellence and our focus is on the individual concerns of our clients. This is what sets us apart from the other estate planning and probate law firms. We are known as "problem solvers" and "trusted advisors" for our clients, taking a proactive approach to their needs. We represent many prominent families and businesses in the metropolitan NYC and Long Island areas.
Whatever stage you are in life, Schwartz, Fang & Keating understands that your situation is unique and your estate plan should custom fit your needs. It is important to work with an estate planning attorney that has the experience and knowledge to assist you in all areas of your estate planning and administration.
Manage the filing of the last will and testament of a deceased individual.
For most people, the financial and legal steps that need to be taken when a loved one passes away can be a confusing process.
Estate Planning is needed so that an individual's estate, regardless of size, is not reduced.
There are a number of options available when considering what type of entity to form.
While many people know that it is typically imperative they draft a will, most don’t know exactly what a will is or how it works.
Trusts are legal arrangements that allow for a third party, legally referred to as trustees, to hold onto assets on behalf of a beneficiary
As elder law experts on Long Island, we can help ou to protect your assets and receive the best care.
Schwartz, Fang & Keating, P.C. represents clients with the sale, purchase, and leasing of both residential and commercial properties
Regardless of your individual circumstance, our attorneys can find the right asset protection solutions.
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If you make substantial non-cash gifts to charity, it’s important to familiarize yourself with new requirements for qualified appraisals. A qualified appraisal must accompany non-cash gifts over $5,000 (with certain exceptions), including groups of similar items whose total value exceeds $5,000 (even if donated to separate recipients). Recently, the IRS finalized 10-year-old proposed regulations regarding… Read More
Even in the strongest families, conflicting interests between income and remainder beneficiaries can create tension and turn the trustee’s job into a delicate balancing act. By aligning your beneficiaries’ interests, a total return uni-trust (TRU) can relieve this tension and allow your trustee to concentrate on developing the most effective investment strategy. A Difficult Job… Read More
Longer life expectancies and rising health care costs make saving for retirement more important than ever before. A Health Savings Account (HSA) can be a powerful tool for financing health care expenses while supplementing your other retirement savings vehicles. And it offers estate planning benefits to boot. An HSA in Action Similar to a traditional… Read More