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Initial Consultation With a New York Estate Planning Attorney

Estate planning can feel overwhelming. It is difficult to think about the future, let alone make detailed plans for it. Working with the right attorney can make the process much easier. A skilled attorney can help alleviate your estate planning anxiety by answering any questions you may have and walking you through the process every […]

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Buyer’s Market vs Seller’s Market | What You Need to Know

Buying a house is one of the biggest decisions you can make. A home is a major investment, and as a result, it is important to be educated when it comes to the process and the market. For example, when a person wants to buy or sell a home in New York, it may be […]

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What Types of Powers of Attorney Are Available in New York?

No one wants to plan for incapacitation. But, when it comes to estate planning, it is important to prepare for all possible outcomes. One of the best ways to plan ahead is by creating a power of attorney. A power of attorney allows you to give a trusted individual the ability to make important decisions […]

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Common Estate Planning Mistakes | What to Know

Estate planning can be difficult. In fact, without the help of an experienced estate planning attorney, a lot can go wrong. Read on to learn more about the most common estate planning mistakes and how to avoid them: Not Creating a Will Some people believe that they do not have to create a will if […]

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What to Know About Trusts in New York

When it comes to estate planning, there are a number of important documents you may need to create. One way to handle your assets is through a trust. Read on to learn more about trusts and the different types available in New York. Who is Involved in a Trust? Simply put, a trust is an […]

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Relocation After a New York Divorce | What to Know

In New York, judges generally believe that a child benefits from having a relationship with both parents. As a result, it may not be easy to move out of state with your child, if that means moving them from their other parent. Sometimes, parents can settle relocation problems on their own. However, there are many […]

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Special Needs Planning in New York | What to Know

It may come as a surprise, but direct distributions of funds from an estate can inadvertently disqualify a person’s loved ones from government benefits. Unfortunately, creating a will or trust for your loved one can actually do more harm than good. Instead, it is important to take specific steps in order to ensure that your […]

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What are the Consequences of Parental Alienation?

Parental alienation is a tactic used by one parent to turn their child against the other parent. Sometimes you may not even be aware that this is occurring. Parental alienation may take the form of passive verbal jabs about the other parent, outright badmouthing the other parent, and in some extreme cases, pretending to “save” […]

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Terminating Child Support in New York | What to Know

Child support is arguably one of the most important matters to determine when a couple gets divorced. New Your courts take child support very seriously, and once your divorce is finalized, it can be difficult to change your child support arrangement. But, there are circumstances that may allow you to terminate or extend your payments. […]

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