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The attorneys and staff at MacMillan & Stanley serve the client first and foremost in providing estate planning options for minimizing or eliminating estate taxes while fulfilling the client's goals for his/her beneficiaries. The firm's involvement includes both counseling and preparation of estate plans that emphasize the client's values as well as tax savings. Additionally, the firm specializes in providing full service estate and trust administration for estates of all sizes with a long-standing staff of over 30 years. The attorneys also provide primary legal services for their many long-time clients.
The firm provides sophisticated and prompt real estate and mortgage closings with all issues resolved and settled prior to closing the transaction. These services include extensive experience in handling issues concerning condominiums and cooperatives. The firm also provides legal services for all types of family businesses.
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