After someone dies, their will may be read as family and friends listen to who receives what. Not everyone will be happy with what they receive. To challenge a will, the person needs to have “standing.” The executor of a will may be tasked with ensuring that the...
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Month: July 2021
Does your pet need a trust?
When you retired, you decided to get a few pets. Those pets will, potentially, outlive you. This is a thought that you may have been pondering, and if so, it could be a good time to bring up a pet trust when you go over your estate plan. A pet trust is a good option...
Common mistakes people make when creating their will
Creating a will is never a fun thing to do. No one wants to think about their own mortality and leaving their loved ones behind. But having a will is required to avoid New York’s intestate laws. Intestate laws are put into place to determine who gets what if someone...