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Do you have minor children? How should you estate plan? Younger people tend to put off creating a Will and other estate planning documents because they believe it is less likely that they will need them in the foreseeable future. Additionally they feel that they don’t own all of the assets they hope to acquire,…

Your parent’s remarriage will impact your inheritance. While talking about who will inherit your parents’ assets is a difficult topic, you may wish to discuss your parents’ plan with them, and urge them to make a Will, to avoid potential fights and hurt feelings around their assets after they pass. Disputes between children and their…

Maybe you’re in a serious relationship and considering marriage or living with someone and wondering if marriage is right for you when you have the family arrangement you already want without being married.

With growing participation on social media and nearly unlimited access to the Internet, cyber, and computer crimes are on the rise.

A parent passing away is always difficult. Having to gather and administer his/her assets can be an added burden during this tough time.

  Cohabitating couples do not have the same rights and protections as married couples. Married couples own property differently than cohabitating couples. (Sidebar: There is no common law marriage in New York, and no matter how many years you live with your significant other, it will not change your marital status.) Many of my clients…

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