28

Sep2009
Misinformation and misunderstanding about estate taxes and the length or complexity of probate provide the perfect cover for scam artists who have created an industry out of older people's fears that their estates could be eaten up by costs or that the distribution of their assets could be delayed for ... Read More

27

Sep2009
The following are common questions and answers concerning divorce and separation in New York State. Divorce matters are complex and the advice of an attorney is always recommended.

14

Sep2009
The purpose of estate planning is to ensure that you, and not others, such as the government or lawyers, choose who will inherit your wealth. Through proper estate planning, you can take care of those you love even after you die.

13

Sep2009
The transfer of non-titled property such as photographs and other family heirlooms often creates more challenges among family members than the transfer of titled property. Here's how to deal with some of the issues that may arise.

21

Aug2009
Everyone faces the possibility that sometime during their lifetime, they may become incapacitated. Many people assume their spouses or children will automatically be allowed to make financial and/or medical decisions for them, but this is not necessarily so.

14

Aug2009
A will is a legal document designating the transfer of your property and assets after you die. Although creating a will is not a difficult process, about half of all Americans die without one.