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  • The Legal Dos and Don’ts of Real Estate

    Buying and owning property is mostly an exciting and fulfilling life experience. The only aspects of it that can feel dry and boring are the legal ones, which include everything from drawing up the initial deed to including it in your final will to be passed on after your death. Of all the things you… Read More

  • 3 Tips to Conduct Yourself in Family Court

    When it comes to family law, the way you conduct yourself can make all the difference. Most of the time, your lawyer would tell you exactly what to say, do, or even wear to represent yourself well. But If you decide not to hire a lawyer—although it’s highly recommended that you do, especially if the… Read More

  • Why You Can’t Sleep on Estate Planning

    If you ask a person what they want to be remembered for when they’re gone, they’re most likely to say something sentimental like the memories of their loved ones or the legacy they’re leaving behind in the form of their children or their life’s work. But let’s be real. Nobody would have the time to… Read More

  • 3 Reasons You Need A Divorce Attorney to Get Through This Tough Time

    “Do I need a divorce attorney?” is probably not the question you thought you’d one day ask yourself back when you walked down the aisle or took your vows, but here we are. It may come as a surprise, but almost 50 percent of all marriages in the US end in divorce. Pretty unfortunate, yes. But each… Read More

  • 3 Mistakes Made During Estate Planning

    Whether you have a large estate or a modest one, as the owner, you must settle all of your affairs while you still have the ability to do so. There are various issues and common mistakes that people make when it comes to estate planning. This blog will go over some of the issues to… Read More

  • 3 Ways to Minimize Estate Planning Taxes

    Estate taxes can balloon significantly, but certain techniques can always help you bring down the payable amount. These are within the legal parameters as well, so you can easily take them on without worrying. Here are some of the most commonly recommended ones: Giving Away Gifts An excellent way of minimizing estate taxes is to… Read More

  • A Guide to The Businesses Succession Process

    The business succession process is relatively complicated, and apart from handing off the business to a new owner, there are various other aspects to consider. You will have to look into all of the assets, liabilities that apply for the move, ensuring that all the wealth you’ve amassed stays in the loop. Any carelessness could… Read More

  • Protecting Yourself from Home Title Theft

    Home title theft is a form of identity theft, and many people suffer from it every year. Scammers and thieves tend to keep an eye out for vacation homes, properties belonging to the deceased, and other vulnerable aspects of the home that they can exploit. They can potentially take up the entire property under their ownership,… Read More

  • 5 Considerations to Make During Estate Planning

    Estate planning involves designating individuals who will be passed down your assets and who will handle your asset related responsibilities.   When it comes to estate planning, you need to be thorough and careful in how it’s done. Everyone should avoid some common mistakes, which include forgetting to update asset ownership, not understanding the plan, and… Read More

  • A Guide to the Divorce Process

    Several reasons lead people to divorce, such as lack of commitment and cheating—all these warrants as the grounds for divorce. Most people looking to get a divorce may understand the divorce process and what it entails. Here’s a guide to understanding the divorce process in New York: The Requirements for Divorce There are mainly two requirements to… Read More