What does the vote on Biden’s student debt relief program mean for your assets?

On June 30, 2023, the United States Supreme Court struck down the Biden administration’s plan to cancel up to $400 billion in student loans. By a vote of 6-3, it was decided that the Biden administration had acted unconstitutionally and overstepped its authority by proposing Read More …

Estate Planning Before Summer Vacation

Family time is what summers are for, whether you are planning a family vacation, road trip, amusement park, or any adventure. The thought of hardship or loss is not something you want to consider, so before you start planning any activities in the summer, make Read More …

Probate filing with Surrogate’s court after Covid-19: New Rules and Procedures

New York was one of the states greatly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. In result, numerous rules and procedures in regards to probate filing with the Surrogate’s court have changed. The King’s County Surrogate Court has increased its reliance upon E-Filing documentation during this period Read More …

Planning for Children with disabilities attorney Inna Fershteyn answers questions on RTVI

NY Top Special needs planning Attorney Inna Fershteyn on RTVI with Marina Levinzon discusses Special Needs Trusts, Guardianships, planning for children with disabilities and Medicaid Planning. http://www.BrooklynTrustAndWill.com | http://www.advanced-legal.com —————————————- ­—————————————- Languages: English, Russian speaking attorneyAreas of Practice: Estate Planning, Asset Protection, Medicaid Fraud investigations, Read More …