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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What Happens if You Die Without a Will in New York?

To avoid a situation where an individual passes without a will, you will need to ensure that you have an experienced New York estate planning attorney helping you build an individualized estate plan for you. Continue reading to learn about what can happen if an individual passes away without a will in New York. What […]

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What to Know About Estate Planning for Loved Ones with Special Needs

If you are someone who has a family member with special needs, it is important that you understand how crucial it is that you create an estate plan that accommodates them and their future. Do not hesitate to reach out to our dedicated New York estate planning attorneys to discuss your options. Who would benefit […]

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What are the Reasons Why I Should Contest a Will in New York?

The purpose of a will is for an individual to declare how his or her assets will be divided in the event of their passing. When issues arise with a will, an individual may want to contest it. Continue reading to learn more about the process of contesting a will in New York and how […]

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What is the Role of an Executor of an Estate in New York?

Appointing an executor is a vital part of the estate planning process. There are many responsibilities that an executor has, so it is important to understand them before you choose. It is in your best interest to reach out to our firm today to discuss this process with a skilled New York estate planning attorney. […]

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What Types of Trusts Can I Choose From in New York?

Estate planning has many different components. One of the most important documents involved are trusts, and they are used to ensure that your assets are protected for your beneficiaries. Keep reading and contact our experienced estate planning attorneys to learn more about your options in New York. What is a trust in New York? A […]

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Why You Should Update Your Estate Plan in New York

If you already completed your estate plan, it is not done. Do not let your estate plan grow old with your new life’s changes left out. Contact our experienced New York estate planning attorneys to learn how and when to properly modify your estate plan. Why should I update my estate plan? If you have […]

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What are the Different Types of Powers of Attorney in New York?

There are many different moving parts involved in your estate plan. One of them is a power of attorney. A power of attorney gives an individual the opportunity to appoint a loved one to be able to make important decisions related to financial or medical situations. It is important to note that there are multiple […]

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Can Trusts Protect Certain Assets from Bankruptcy New York?

Estate planning is an important part of an individual and their family’s life. The process can be complex, but typically, it will begin with creating a will. There are various personal documents that must be included in an estate plan to ensure that will be stable for years to come. Trusts are one of the […]

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