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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Do I Need to Update My Estate Plan After a Divorce in New York?

The process of a divorce is complex and overwhelming. There are so many nuances and steps that must be taken, and one of the most important ones is to update your estate plans. It is critical to update your estate plan after a divorce to ensure that your former spouse does not have authority over […]

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What Are the Different Types of Guardianships in New York?

The state of New York has various types of guardianships for the many different circumstances that can arise. A guardianship is one of the most important elements in an estate plan because it puts you and your assets in another trusted individual’s hands in the event that you are unable to make decisions on your […]

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What Age Should I Create an Estate Plan in New York?

Contrary to popular belief, you do not need to wait until you have children to create an estate plan. In fact, in most states, you can create an estate plan beginning at eighteen years old. Anyone who has built up assets can benefit from a plan. Reach out to our experienced New York estate planning […]

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Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples in New York

Marriage is not for all couples. In many cases, couples will choose to stay life-partners, without officially getting married. If you are an unmarried couple, you may have questions about how involved you can be in the other’s medical, financial, and overall life decisions. Fortunately, New York offers various benefits for estate planning for unmarried […]

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What to Know About the Probate Process in New York

If you are the executor of a will, you may have a lot of questions. Many people wonder about the process of probate and what it entails. Read on to learn more about the probate process in New York. What is the Process of Probate? During the process of probate, the court will work to […]

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