Where Family Comes First
Monique M. Sadarangani, J.D., LL.M. is an experienced attorney who focuses her practice on providing new and changing families in Florida and Massachusetts comprehensive approach to planning, probate, and guardianship. Monique’s legal services include family and child planning, estate planning, wealth preservation planning, business succession planning, charitable giving, and probate, trust and guardianship administration.
Monique M. Sadarangani, J.D., LL.M. provides comprehensive planning services for you and your family. Monique fully explains your options and recommendations for planning with clarity, providing a comfort and ease throughout the process.
Monique M. Sadarangani, J.D. LL.M. is licensed in the following States:
- New York
OUR PRACTICE AREAS
A Path To Healing…
On this episode meet guest Monique Sadarangani, a Trusts and Estates Attorney, yogi, and mother. When Monique was 5 years old her mother passed away and she experienced firsthand the difficulty of the probate process when someone passes and the need for having a solid estate plan in place. She understood grief and was looking for a way to help others navigate the process when a loved one dies. Because of her mother's passing and growing
Meet Monique M. Sarandani, PLLC in depth interview at CANVASREBEL
In this in-depth interview Monique M. Sardarangani, PLLC discusses her mission, story & life lessons. Please take a moment to read it over at CANVASREBEL. READ NOW
A Holistic Approach to Estate Planning and Probate
Why should you get your estate plan in place now? The answer is simple: to ensure a seamless transition for your family when you pass. In an ever changing and conflict ridden world, reducing stress is key. One of the proven ways to reduce stress is to have a thorough and effective plan in place. But no matter how much we plan, there can often be a certain level of stress and anxiety that comes with
A New? Type of Fiduciary Role – A look at the new Florida Uniform Directed Trust Act
In July of 2021, Florida adopted the new Florida Uniform Directed Trust Act (FUDTA). Essentially, the FUDTA gives authority to someone, other than a trustee, to make certain decisions for the trust and give direction. What is a directed trust and how can it benefit you? In a world of constant evolution for estate planning, wealth preservation, and asset protection, a new concept adopted by the Florida legislature has provided a new way for administering trusts.