Mulhern & Klein reprents clients who are faced with challenges resulting from the death of a family member. Challenging a will or defending a will challenge may become necessary due to unequal treatment of beneficiaries, an out of date estate plan, the improper execution of a will or the claim that the decedent was unduly influenced or lacked sufficient capacity to make a will. These cases are difficult and often pit family members against each other. Again, the Firm's first emphasis is on achieving a resolution without Court intervention where possible. However, if the matter does proceed to Surrogate's Court, Patrick J. Mulhern, Jr. possesses the litigation skills to achieve a successful result for his client.
Mulhern & Klein also represents individuals with everyday legal needs, such as drafting wills and trusts, selling or buying a home, cooperative or condominium, or probating or administering a family memberís estate. The Firm does not require the client to work through a secretary or paralegal. Rather, recognizing the importance of each of these transactions, the client works directly with one of the Partners.
Mulhern & Klein emphasizes a ďhands onĒ, relationship with each and every client. Every client is represented by one of the Firmís Partners. The Partners make themselves available to meet with their clients as early or as late in the day as is consistent with the clientís schedule. The Firm can arrange to meet their clients either at their office in Nassau County or Manhattan. When necessary, we work with our clientís accountants or other professionals to integrate our services with them or, on occasion, we reach into our own network of experts to help achieve the clientís objectives.
Mulhern & Klein strives to develop a personal relationship with each client, so that the client may be confident that whatever challenges may occur they have a counselor and advocate prepared to assist them.
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