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Estate Planning For Unmarried Couples in New York

Marriage can provide couples with certain benefits they cannot obtain without it. Some examples include filing joint taxes, collecting each other’s inheritances, social security benefits, paying hospital visits automatically, and even having their immigration status adjusted. Unfortunately, life partners that choose to remain unmarried are not automatically granted access to these benefits. However, by creating […]

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What to Know About Updating Your Estate Plans During a Divorce

If you are getting a divorce, you are likely sorting out a lot of different aspects of your life. It is important that you update your estate plan to reflect the changes happening in your life. Read on to learn more about updating your estate plan during a divorce. Update Your Health Care Proxy Many […]

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Do I Need a Power of Attorney to Buy a House?

When we think about estate planning, we often think about the future. But, in some cases, estate planning can help when it comes to present-day situations. For example, many people believe they will only need a power of attorney when it comes to their end-of-life care. But, powers of attorney can be used in a […]

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What to Know About Guardianship in New York

Estate planning is a way to protect ourselves and our assets, but also our loved ones. Through estate planning documents, we often make plans to care for our loved ones in the future. But, there are ways to care for those in need of our help now. Guardianship is something many people consider when it […]

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What if No One Wants to be the Executor of an Estate?

Properly planning an estate takes a lot of time and consideration. As a result, you will want to make sure that everything goes according to plan in the event of your passing. As a result, you will want to appoint an executor to handle your estate and ensure that things get done and go smoothly. […]

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Your Estate Planning Checklist

When it comes to estate planning, there are a lot of different documents you will want to include. Many people do not realize, but your estate plan should be comprehensive. There are many documents that should all work together to form a complete plan that covers all aspects of your life. Read on to learn […]

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Estate Planning in the New Year

New Year’s Resolutions are a long-held tradition. Every year as January rolls around, we make various promises to better ourselves and our lives. Often, these resolutions are difficult to keep, and giving up on one resolution usually leads to giving up on all of them. This year, try making estate planning one of your 2021 […]

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When Should I Begin Estate Planning?

If you are beginning the estate planning process, you probably have a lot of questions. After all, estate planning can feel overwhelming at times. It is difficult to make big decisions and think about some grim topics. But, it is one of the most important things you can do when it comes to protecting yourself […]

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What to Know About Contesting a Will in New York

A will is a very important document. As a result, there are some requirements that must be met in order to create and file a valid will. Because of this, many people turn to the help of an experienced estate planning attorney. Your will is a document that states what will happen to your assets […]

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Do I Have to Include my Children in my Will?

Some people wonder if they have to include their children in their will. Every family is different, and everyone has a different relationship with their children, so it is important to accommodate for that when it comes to estate planning. To learn more about writing your will, contact an experienced estate planning attorney. Do I […]

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