What Happens If You Die Without a Will?

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic causing an uprising of interest in estate plans, there was a survey in 2022 that found that only about 33% of Americans have an established will. An established estate plan does not only save time and money for your loved ones Read More …

National Elder Law Month: 5 Elder Care Planning Tips

May is the celebration month of National Elder Law Month! Originating in 1963, National Elder Law Month stemmed from President John F. Kennedy issuing Proclamation 3527. He declared the month of May “Senior Citizens Month,” proclaiming that all “informal and educational means should be used” Read More …

How to Effectively Plan Ahead When Diagnosed with Dementia?

After receiving a devastating diagnosis of dementia, you may be overwhelmed with confusion on what next steps to take. Many are quick to evaluate their medical options, but oftentimes the legal considerations are overlooked. Nevertheless, legal planning allows for stability in a time of uncertainty. Read More …

Different Types of Wills That Are Drafted In NY

Estate planning is an important and necessary step in ensuring you and your loved ones are taken care of in the future. A Last Will and Testament is one of the documents that many individuals choose to draft as part of their estate plan. In 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 …