Estate Planning for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies create unique hurdles.
There’s another high-profile inheritance dispute in the news and, as usual, we’re here to weigh in with some legal insights. Brooklyn’s own Larry King was a prolific television and radio host whose career spanned seven decades and 50,000 interviews. Of course, he was an equally prolific spouse, having married eight times to seven different women. So, it’s somewhat fitting that …
Long-Term Care in New York is expensive. Fortunately, many elderly New Yorkers can qualify for Medicaid to help with costs. But, there are certain important steps every New Yorker should take to protect their homes and other assets.
The “carrot and stick” is a motivational approach that involves offering a “carrot,” or reward, for good behavior, and wielding a “stick” as punishment. Generally, the proponent uses this approach to induce others into a desired behavior or lifestyle. In our more than 40 years of handling estate planning and probate matters, we’ve met some clients who choose to adopt …
E-wills and other online estate planning tools are here to stay. And that’s not such a bad thing.
What’s the benefit of good estate planning? Consider the case of the late Chadwick Boseman.
Mary Trump’s recent lawsuit against President Donald Trump highlights some important issues in New York Probate Law.
We unravel the mystery that is the New York Surrogates Court.
Do you know the difference between a New York Guardian and a Power of Attorney?
The top three reasons why folks don’t consult an attorney for probate.
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