Queens, New York
Of the five boroughs in New York City, Queens is the largest in terms of area (at 109 square miles) and is is the second largest borough in terms of population with 2.3 million residents. Forming the eastern boundary of the city and home to both LaGuardia and JFK International Airports, Queens is a major transportation hub. The borough also is a major center for sport, as Citi Field (home to the New York Mets of Major League Baseball) and Flushing Meadows Park (home to the U.S. Open tennis tournament) are both located in Queens. Queens is also home to world–famous watchmaker Bulova, piano manufacturer Steinway & Sons, and Glaceau (of Vitamin Water fame).
When a family member dies, there may be a whole host of others who have a legal interest in the decedent's estate. Under those circumstances, the New York state's Surrogate's Court has the job of sorting out the rights and obligations of all the parties involved. If you have become one such party, it is in your best interests to contact an experienced Queens probate and estate administration attorney. With access to your lawyers knowledge and skill, you can rest assured that your rights are being protected throughout the probate process.
Jules Martin Haas, Attorney at Law has thirty years of experience with the probate laws and proceedings, and can provide excellent counsel and representation. His practice is focused on wills, trusts, and estates and his familiarity with the law combined with his dedication make him a compelling advocate and valued adviser for all of his clients. Mr. Haas believes that anyone involved in probate proceedings should be represented by a legal professional to ensure that the decedent's estate is handled with discretion and care.
My office is located at 845 Third Avenue, Suite 1400 in New York and is easily accessible from Queens by car on the Queensboro Bridge or by public transit as it is one block east of the 51st Street and Lexington Ave. subway station.