Can a Non – U.S Citizen Create an Estate Plan in the USA?

Are you trying to create an estate plan but have concerns regarding your citizenship status? You may not be the only one considering there are more than 45 million foreign-born individuals residing in the United States. While some have already acquired citizenship, millions of others Read More …

How Can a Last Will Be Contested?

On rare occasions, wills are challenged in court if the will does not follow necessary guidelines. In some cases, the will may not fulfill legal requirements such as a necessity for two present witnesses. In other cases, an individual may be able to prove that Read More …

What to Avoid When Drafting a Will

It is important to live life with a present mindset. However, it is also important to be prepared for the future in case an unexpected event leads to sudden death. By creating a last will and testament, also called a living will, you will lift Read More …

How to Prepare for Your Initial Consultation With an Estate Planning Attorney?

Being prepared is a feeling that everyone wants to experience especially when you are about to plan major life decisions. Preparing before your initial consultation with an Estate Planning attorney will help the attorney create the best plan for you, and shorten this process for 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 …

Should You Create an Estate Plan If You Have No Heirs?

An estate plan is crucial as it ensures all your interests and wishes are met at the time of your passing. Estate planning is the process in which you decide how your estate will be divided upon your death. This plan typically includes drafting a Read More …

5 Reasons to Hire an Attorney to Draft Your Will

A will is a crucial document that dictates your plans in regards to your medical healthcare and your financial care in terms of your assets once you become incapacitated and are unable to make decisions for yourself. Drafting a will can be complicated and though Read More …

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 …