United States-Greece Wills and Inheritance Lawyers

Estate Planning for Greek Americans

If you are like many Greek Americans nationwide, you have property in the United States and in Greece. Like everyone else, you want to make certain that all of your property is protected and passed on according to your wishes. You want your beneficiaries to get the most out of their inheritances. This requires careful estate planning. Your estate plan may include a will, trusts and other tools, depending on your property and your situation.

When people contact Hahalis & Kounoupis, P.C. - Greek Law Group about wills and estate planning, they frequently have questions: Do I need a U.S. will? Do I need a Greek Will? Should I have both? Where will the Will be executed? What law will apply? How can I best protect my assets and my heirs? We have the answers because we have been the law firm of choice for Greek Americans for more than 25 years.

We are familiar with the strengths and weaknesses of all U.S.-Greek estate planning issues and estate administration in both countries.

Our lawyers begin the estate planning process by analyzing your assets. Do you have real estate property in Greece and the United States? Then we find out what you would like to do with your assets. Perhaps you would like your spouse to have your home in Greece, either to live in or to rent out. Perhaps you would like to be very careful with how certain assets are passed down to your children or, for example, you would like your children to receive your Greek real estate while your spouse receives only U.S.-based assets.

After gathering all the necessary information, we will draft your will accordingly, supplementing it with Wills/trusts/gifts or recommending a parental gift in some situations. Your estate plan will be customized to meet your needs for both countries.

Free Initial Consultation - U.S.-Greek Estate Planning Attorneys

Call 610-865-2608, toll free 800-865-2608 or send us an e-mail to schedule a free initial consultation - in English or Greek - with a United States-Greece wills and inheritance attorney.