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Do You Need an Attorney to Write a Will?

Do you need an attorney to write a will in New York? That depends on your unique wishes. If you’re debating whether you do need an attorney to write a will, please read on, then contact an experienced Putnam County wills attorney to ensure your wishes are honored. Do I need an attorney to write […]

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The Estate Planning Checklist | What You Should Know

If you are looking to begin your estate planning journey, you will need to take note of the below checklist to learn more. Our Putnam County estate planning attorneys. What is the estate planning checklist in New York? Last will and testament: This is used to determine who will inherit certain assets and property in […]

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Why Should I Review My Estate Plan for the New Year?

Life changes often, and so should your estate plan. Reach out to our experienced Putnam County estate planning attorneys today to learn more about how we can help you plan for the future. What aspects of my estate plan may need revising? It is important that we plan for the future. Life can be unexpected, […]

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What to Know About Estate Planning for Retirement in New York

It is important to understand the many moving parts of your estate plan. When it comes to your retirement, you will want to ensure that you comprehend your options so that you can make sure your assets are protected. Reach out to our firm today to discuss the details of your case and your options. […]

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What You Should Know About the Probate Process in New York

The probate process can be overwhelming, however, with the help of one of our skilled Putnam County probate attorneys, you can feel more at ease. Contact our firm today. What is probate in New York? When a person is preparing their estate, they will likely create a will and appoint an executor to that will. […]

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What to Know About Medicaid Planning in New York

Medicaid is a government program that pays for specific health expenses for those who have medical illnesses that require pricey treatment. It is important to understand that not everyone qualifies for Medicaid, as there are financial criteria that must be met. Do not hesitate to reach out to our firm today to discuss your case […]

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How Do I Create a Pet Trust in New York? | What to Know

Our firm understands the importance a pet holds in an individual’s life. That is why you can create a pet trust with one of our experienced New York estate planning attorneys today. To learn more, continue reading and contact us. What is the purpose of a pet trust in New York? Before discussing a pet […]

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What is the Role of a Personal Representative in New York?

There are several responsibilities a personal representative has. To learn more about what they are, keep reading and reach out to our skilled New York estate planning attorneys at the Law Office of Andres D. Gil, PLLC today. What role does a personal representative play in New York? The role of a personal representative is […]

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What Happens to an Estate Plan if a Beneficiary Dies in New York?

In the unfortunate situation where a beneficiary passes away, it is important to know that you have options. The state of New York has already recognized this scenario and has put a statute in place to resolve these issues. Continue reading to learn more and reach out to our firm today to retain the services […]

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What to Know About Advance Healthcare Directives in New York

A solid estate plan has many moving parts. While many think that all they will need to create is a will, they are far from correct. There are several different documents that must be acknowledged and prepared for your estate. By having an estate plan, you can rest easy knowing that all of your wishes […]

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