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What Types of Trusts Can I Create in New York?

There are a variety of ways that a person can set up their estate plan in the state of New York. These options allow them to protect the future of their assets depending on what their personal desires are and what they are leaving behind. One way that this can be done is with the […]

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How Can I Prepare for Possible Incapacitation in my Estate Plan?

It is important to be prepared for any possible outcomes of your future, as it is impossible to know exactly what will happen. While no one wants to consider the idea that they could become incapacitated in the future, there are two main reasons as to why everyone should have a plan in place for […]

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How do I Prepare my Estate Plan Before a Divorce in New York?

It is important to update your estate plan after major life changes, such as divorce. In most cases of separation or divorce, spouses usually do not want their soon-to-be former spouse in a position of power in their life. In these situations, there are certain estate planning decisions that should be made. Continue reading to […]

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What Do I Need to Know About the Fair Housing Act When Looking to Buy a Home?

It is important for individuals buying a home to be aware of their rights. All people have the same right to own a home and cannot be discriminated against during their search. It is because of this that buyers should look out for the Equal Housing Opportunity logo, representing the Fair Housing Act. This is […]

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What Do I Need to Know About Setting up a Revocable Trust in New York?

Many people choose to set up a trust when they are creating an estate plan. This allows them to protect their wealth from taxes when passing them onto a beneficiary, thus maximizing their worth. This is done by appointing a third-party trustee to manage the assets on behalf of a beneficiary. There are many different […]

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