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Whether you need a will, trust, someone to make your healthcare and financial decisions when you are unable, or you want to ensure you have plans to ensure your children are cared for in your absence, contact David A. Cincotta with the Cincotta Law Office to discuss your estate planning options. While developing such plans can cause stress and anxiety, do not delay because you fear the difficult aspects of making such plans. David will help you feel at ease and guide you through the planning.  David will explain all of your options that are available to you and tailor your estate plan to your specific requests, needs, and circumstances.


Each estate plan varies from individual-to-individual or couple-to-couple. Here, we will meet and discuss with you all of the estate-planning options that are available to you and the pros and cons of each. ​Each of the options available will be tailored to you and your circumstances. These options include, but are not limited to: 

Revocable Living Trust

Created by a legal document that expresses one's intent for his/her assets to be managed and distributed at incapcity or death. It may be revoked or amended during one's lifetime and can result in the avoidance of probate.

Last Will and Testament

A legal document expressing one's wishes regarding the distribution of  property to be distributed after their death and the management of one's property until final distribution.

Advance Directive (Living Will)

A legal document expressing one's wishes regarding medical treatment should he/she not be able to communicate them to his/her doctor.

Irrevocable Trust

Special Needs Trust

Durable General Power of Attorney

Health Care Power of Attorney

Instructions and Assistance in Funding Trust

Pour-Over Will

Transfer on Death Deed

HIPAA Waiver

Some of the critical life decisions that you can include in your estate plan are:

  • Whom you want to care for your minor children;

  • How you want your assets divided at death;

  • Whom you want to oversee the administration of your estate; and

  • How you want health care decisions to be made on your behalf if you are incapable of making said decisions yourself and whom you want making those decisions.


Estate planning has many advantages, including minimizing tax burdens, controlling the disposition of valuable assets and family businesses, and discouraging family disputes and litigation. David will give you critical guidance while tailoring your estate plan to your needs and wishes.

No one wants to have to examine many of the details that an estate plan bears. However, once you complete the process, you will enjoy the peace of mind that comes with having these essential life determinations in place. ​

Estate planning often is a simple process. For some, however, it can be more complex. Either way, do not try to attempt to develop an estate plan on your own. Too often, people pay for the do-it-yourself kit and have to hire an estate planning attorney later to fix the problems caused by the do-it-yourself kit. Contact David to schedule a free consultation, and have it done right the first time.  


David will tailor your estate plan to your specific requests, needs, and circumstances. 

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