Q: Will my estate have to pay a federal or New York tax after I die?

Q: If there is an estate tax, how do I avoid?

Q: What is a living trust?

Q: Do I need a living trust?

Q: Is it expensive to create a living trust?

Q: If I make a living trust, do I still need a will?

Q: Can a living trust reduce estate taxes?

Q: What is probate?

Q: Does all property have to go through probate when a person dies?

Q: Who is responsible for handling probate?

Q: What happens if a die without a will?

Q: What makes a will legal?

Q: Do I use a will to name a guardian to care for my young children and manage their property?

Q: Must I leave something to my spouse and children?

Q: Can someone challenge my will after I die?

Q: What is the cost of long term care?

Q: Will medicare pay for long term care?

Q: Will medicaid pay for my long term care?

Q: If I get sick and cannot make informed decisions, how can I be sure that my health care wishes are followed?

Q: What is a living will?

Q: What is a Durable Power of Attorney?

Q: What happens if I do not execute a Durable Power of Attorney or Health Care proxy and become incapacitated?