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Long Island Elder Law Attorney Articles

Living Trust FAQs Everyone Should Know

A living trust allows your loved ones to inherit your assets directly, which means without going through probate court. That means you save time and money distributing your estate to your family … [Read More...]

5 Reasons Why You Might Not Need a Living Trust

A living trust is a way to avoid the hassles and costs of the probate court, and while it is certainly beneficial, it is not beneficial for everyone. When you are examining your options for an … [Read More...]

Who Should be the Beneficiary of Your IRA?

Your retirement account holds your hard-earned money, but if you think you can designate just anyone to receive that money, you might be surprised. Your IRA works just like an ordinary retirement … [Read More...]

Estate Plans and Bankruptcy: How are Your Assets Affected?

Bankruptcy is one of those events in life where even a well-structured asset protection plan can fail you. If you find yourself facing bankruptcy or you have just completed a bankruptcy, you may … [Read More...]

What is the Federal Inheritance Tax?

Any time property is transferred to a beneficiary after the original owner passes away, federal inheritance tax applies. Federal inheritance taxes also referred to as the “estate tax,” is a tax that … [Read More...]

Smart Estate Planning Tips for the Entrepreneur

As an entrepreneur, you have spent years focusing on how you can grow your business. While this is an important aspect of business ownership, how much time have you put into considering what will … [Read More...]

4 Reasons You May Need a Trust

If you have not considered a trust, now is the time to reconsider. A trust is a great way to pass on your wealth and wishes, and it covers areas of estate planning that a will cannot. If you have … [Read More...]

5 Things Your Estate Plan is Missing

You have gone through the steps of creating an estate plan, and now you assume that you can sit back, relax, and it will do its job. Sadly, too many consumers make this mistake only to realize that … [Read More...]

Can I Protect My Child’s Inheritance During a Divorce?

You and your spouse created an estate plan that leaves your child a sizeable inheritance. However, you both have decided that it is time to divorce. Now, you wonder what that means for your child’s … [Read More...]

5 Tips for the New United States Citizen with Estate Planning

Estate planning is a necessary step, but no one looks forward to it. If you are ready to protect your assets and your family, you must familiarize yourself with the United States estate planning laws. … [Read More...]

3 Common Issues with Trusts – and How to Correct Them

Thinking about the inevitable is not something anyone looks forward to, but it is in your best interest to do so – especially if you have family or assets you want to protect. Estate plans often … [Read More...]

Essential Estate Planning Tips for New Parents

You are about to be a new parent. While you are excited about all that entails, what have you added to your to-do list? More importantly, what do you have as a top priority? Sure, you need to … [Read More...]

Can I Cancel My Will?

Canceling a will is not easy, and if you want your estate handled appropriately, it is imperative that you go through the process correctly. In general, you are not “canceling.” Instead, you are … [Read More...]

Estate Administration for Family Members: What to Do First

You have gone through the steps of arranging a funeral for your loved one that has passed away. However, now you are dealing with your role as the executor. You must administer the estate, but you are … [Read More...]

Contracts for Geriatric Caregivers: What do You Need?

Whether you are hiring someone privately, or you have hired a family member to care for an aging loved one, it is important that you realize this is a business transaction. This person is being hired … [Read More...]

The Basics of Elder Law

Elder law is an area of law about the elderly. An elder law attorney is well-versed in cases that involve seniors and senior rights. Lawyers practicing in elder law focus on the important decisions … [Read More...]

The Basics of Suffolk County Wills and Trusts

Elder Care Attorney Helping Families in Suffolk County Prepare Wills and Trusts Wills and trusts are essential estate planning techniques that protect your assets, but also your loved ones. While … [Read More...]

Common Suffolk County Medicaid Issues to Know

Experienced Medicaid Planning Attorney Helping Families in Suffolk County Medicaid planning is something that seniors do to ensure they have funds in place for nursing homes and other medical care in … [Read More...]

Effective Suffolk County Estate Planning Tips

Estate Planning Attorneys Serving Families in Suffolk County Estate planning is one of those things you know you must complete but are reluctant to do so. Whether the idea of visiting your mortality … [Read More...]

How to Find Suffolk County Elder Law Attorneys

Elder Law Legal Team Serving the Elderly of Suffolk County Today, living decisions as people age have become increasingly complex. Not only must they decide where they want to live, but how they will … [Read More...]

Can I Name an Attorney as My Executor?

New York Estate Planning Attorney Helping Families Appoint Executors Choosing an executor for your estate is a big task that should not be done in haste. After all, you are naming a party who is … [Read More...]

What to do When a Beneficiary is Serving a Prison Sentence

Experienced Estate Planning Attorney Serving Families and Beneficiaries in Upstate New York A beneficiary of an estate could find him or herself serving time in jail or prison. What is an executor to … [Read More...]

Estate Planning While Unemployed

Experienced Attorney Helping the Unemployed with Estate Planning in Upstate New York Technically, a person can create an estate plan at any time in his or her life, including while unemployed. … [Read More...]

What if a Trustee is Stealing from the Family Trust?

Elder Law and Estate Planning Lawyers Helping Settle Estate Issues Sadly, it happens more often than people realize. A person trusted with the task of managing family assets and funds decides to take … [Read More...]

What Happens if You Die Without an Executor Named for Your Estate?

Long Island Estate Planning Attorney Assisting Families with Naming Estate Executors An executor is your estate’s personal representative. This individual has a lot of responsibility, as he or she is … [Read More...]

Can Your House be Saved with a Trust?

Elder Law Lawyer Assisting Long Island Residents and Families with Trusts and Will Planning No one enjoys thinking about the end of his or her life. But, doing so could protect your biggest … [Read More...]

Who Has the “Capacity” to Make a Will?

Estate Planning Lawyer Assists Long Island Residents with Creating Wills and Trusts When you start the process of estate planning, you will hear various terms. One that is important is that of … [Read More...]

A Healthcare Power of Attorney Versus a Living Will

Elder Care Lawyer Discusses Addressing Medical Needs with POA and Living Will for Long Island Residents Your estate planning process starts with the draft of your living will. However, there are more … [Read More...]

Do I Need a Tax Identification Number for a Parent’s Trust?

Estate Planning Attorney Assisting Long Island Families with Trusts for Parents After a loved one passes away, you may be assigned the role of executor of the estate. When there is a trust involved, … [Read More...]

Estate Planning for the Modern Millennial

Long Island, NY Estate Plan Attorney Discusses Estate Planning for Millennials Millennials are no longer the young crowd. In fact, more are entering the workforce – and have been for some time – and … [Read More...]




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