Can my will still be valid if I move to another state?

A will is a legal document that serves to outline your wishes in regards to how you would like your children to be cared for and the distribution of your assets upon your death. This document is imperative in guaranteeing that your wishes and best Read More …

Breaking News: “They are dying alone”: Why a healthcare proxy and power of attorney is a MUST for your parents During COVID-19 Pandemic?

It’s February 1, 2020.  New York is in the midst of the Northeastern Blizzard of 2021 and the state of emergency has been declared.  We are also in the midst of the deadly 2nd wave of Covid-19: 150-200 New Yorkers dying daily.  They are dying Read More …

What will happen if you don’t have an estate plan?

An estate plan is key to guaranteeing that all of your best interests are met when the time comes. The very first step to planning for your future pertains to making the decision to create an estate plan. This plan typically includes drafting a will, Read More …

Why TRUSTS are better than Wills after Covid-19 Estate planning?

Covid 19 pandemic prompted Americans to finalize their Estate planning and create Trusts instead of Wills to avoid probate overflown with enormous amounts of cases. The Covid-19 pandemic has established a common sense of uncertainty and fear amongst all members of society. During such times, Read More …

10 Don’ts of Estate Planning

Not having an estate plan at all You may have your reasons for procrastinating, but ultimately nobody escapes death. Thorough planning and thoughtful consideration can help you ensure that your affairs will be handled according to your wishes. Don’t leave your loved ones in an Read More …

5 Estate Planning Tips for New Parents

For most new parents, caring for their newborn infant (and all the baggage that comes with that) is already enough of a burden without thinking of the worst coming to fruition. However, it often turns out that preparing for the unexpected can lead to less Read More …

One Day Here, Next Day Gone: How A Micro Estate Plan Protects Our Children

As we grow older, we do not necessarily want to think about the end that is drawing near. As a result, we often choose to delay estate planning because it is a sign to us that our time here on earth is coming to an Read More …

Ethical Wills – Passing Down Values Along with Wealth

Before we pass away, we often find ourselves thinking about what we will leave behind for future generations. While leaving our heirs and inheritance is certainly important to most people, many wonder if anything else can be passed along that is intangible – something that Read More …

Passing On More Than Just Wealth: The Pros and Cons of Incentive Trusts

As parents and grandparents, we inherently hope that our children and grandchildren will act responsibly when handling an inheritance, regardless of its size. However, the pressure and responsibility that comes with inheriting wealth from loved ones are things that some children and young adults can Read More …