We have always recommended that our clients have at a minimum the following three estate documents: Will, a power of attorney and a medical directive. In this week’s post, we will discuss why a will is necessary. While we are not attorneys, this will help you understand the general terms and some … [Read more...] about Do you have your Will?
Ever wonder what happens if you die and have not written a Last Will? The following document is a what could happen if that scenario happens to you. In essence this is what you are actually doing by not meeting with a trust and estate attorney and drafting and executing a Last Will and … [Read more...] about When No ‘Last Will’ Exists: What could happen
This is a guest post from Robert Kurre, an attorney with Kurre Levy Schneps LLP. in Great Neck, NY. Robert J. Kurre, Esq. is the Partner-in-Charge of the firm’s elder law practice and co-Chair of its trusts and estates practice. Don't be fooled into thinking that you don't need estate planning … [Read more...] about Estate Planning Isn’t Just About Saving Taxes