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Modifying a Court Order in New York

When a judge rules on a matter, their decision is legally binding and must be followed by all parties involved. That being said, a judge’s decision is made based on the current set of circumstances and facts that they are provided at the time of the ruling. A judge does not have the ability to […]

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Foreclosure Defense in NY

Becoming a homeowner is something that many people are very proud of. It often takes years to save up enough money for a down payment on a home. With that said, the idea that you may not be able to continue making payments on your home and may ultimately lose it can be impossible to […]

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What is the difference between passing testate and intestate?

When a person in the state of New York passes away, the surviving family members are often faced with handling the individual’s estate. Estate administration is the process of closing an individual’s estate after they pass away. This often includes collecting and distributing assets to beneficiaries in accordance with a will and paying any remaining […]

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New York State Child Support Laws

When parents split, they are required to address a number of matters related to the children they share. One such matter that is often contested is child support. Under state law, parents are obligated to provide financial support for their child until they become emancipated. Typically, the age of emancipation is 21 but there are many […]

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What are my options for Powers of Attorney?

When planning for your future, it is important to think about more than just drafting a will. While wills are incredibly important in estate planning, another important tool to consider is a power of attorney. This is a document that gives authority to another party, known as the agent, to handle matters on your behalf. […]

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How many beneficiaries are named in a will?

Planning for your estate can involve appointing beneficiaries to inherit certain possessions. When administering your estate, you can appoint many beneficiaries. A beneficiary can be someone that inherits an asset or a possession when you pass away. You may appoint as many beneficiaries as you need to administer your estate to your satisfaction. These assets […]

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  • Modifying a Court Order in New York
  • Foreclosure Defense in NY
  • What is the difference between passing testate and intestate?