New York State and New York City Estate Sale of Real Estate
When a loved one passes away and leaves behind a home or other real estate, it can be a very stressful time. Our legal team can guide you through the process of selling or transferring New York real estate when there has been a recent death or a property is otherwise held in the name of someone that has died. Whether the person died with or without a will or other assets, Peter J. Goodman and his team at Berger, Fischoff, Shumer, Wexler & Goodman, LLP can assist you in transferring the property to the rightful heirs or in selling New York property out of the estate. Determining if the process requires probate, administration or may be transferred without the necessity of court intervention is crucial. Let our team of experienced real estate attorneys help you with any of the following:
- Application to the Court to appoint a guardian to hold or administer New York real estate.
- Application to the Court to transfer New York real estate out of an Estate.
- Transferring property by sole heirs and distributees without court intervention.
- Transferring a property out of an Estate with a Reverse Mortgage.