SL Estate Planning Blog
Because our practice focuses solely on estate planning, Shah Law is uniquely positioned to provide highly customized estate planning services for your particular family and financial circumstances.  We work with you to craft the most advantageous estate planning and tax minimizing solutions for family wealth transfer.  Whether you are interested in general estate planning, guardianship, incapacity planning, tax savings, asset protection, business succession or charitable giving, we are here to help you plan for what is important to you. 
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Our New Jersey office serves the estate planning needs of the communities of Alpine, Englewood Cliffs, Hoboken, River Vale, Tenafly, Haworth, Hawthorne, Wayne, Ridgewood, Glen Rock, Saddle River, Upper Saddle River, Allendale, Ho-Ho-Kus, Wyckoff, Franklin Lakes, Fair Lawn, Kinnelon, Ramsey, Waldwick, Oradell, Westwood, River Edge, Woodcliff Lake, Montvale, Oakland, Elmwood Park, Saddle Brook, Maywood, Hackensack, Teaneck, Englewood, Fort Lee, Mahwah, Paramus, River Vale, and Edgewater, NJ. We represent clients in New Jersey counties that include Bergen County, Passaic County, and Morris County. 
Our New York office serves the estate planning needs of the throughout the New York City area including Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, New City, Monroe, and Warwick. We represent clients in New York counties that include Rockland County, Orange County, NY, Suffolk County, Nassau County and New York County.
You have worked hard to achieve your current level of success. Now it is time to take care of the future for yourself and your family. Peace of mind planning. At Shah Law, your peace of mind is of utmost importance to us. We understand the value that comes from knowing that you have taken the proper steps to protect yourself and your family in the event of death or disability, and that you have provided for your family in the manner that you wish during your lifetime and thereafter.