Estate Planning, Power of Attorney, Medicaid Planning, Elder Law & Probate Attorney Serving Queens and the Surrounding Area
The Four Biggest Benefits Of A Revocable Living Trust
Creating a trust gives you more control and flexibility over the estate planning process, but not all trusts are created equal. As you may learn [...]Read More
What Does A Divorce In New York Mean for My Estate?
Numerous estate planning changes may be required after you get a divorce. Some of these may occur automatically but it is a mistake to assume [...]Read More
Governance Plan for Artwork: What to Know
Plenty of artists and art collectors call New York City home. As an artist, you might have many different pieces that must be accounted for [...]Read More
Women Need to Consider Their Own Estate Planning Needs
One recent study highlights just how important it is for women to be in touch with their assets, liabilities and estate plan. The Fidelity Investments [...]Read More
What Is a Deathbed Gift?
There are many reasons why someone might not think about estate planning or take proactive steps to support estate planning in New York. Unfortunately, failing [...]Read More
“Ask Andy:” FREE Answers to Your Estate Planning Questions
Have you ever wanted to ask an experienced estate planning and elder law attorney anything about their areas of practice—and get answers for free? You [...]Read More
The Difference Between a Living Will and a Health Care Power of Attorney
Many people are confused about the difference between a living will and a healthcare power of attorney. A living will specifies life prolonging treatments you [...]Read More
What Are Standards Of Competence Considered In Signing A Durable Power Of Attorney?
Creating a durable power of attorney is important for the creator to protect their decision making abilities and document what is most important to them. [...]Read More