Blog Posts in September, 2014

  • A good chunk of the nearly 11 million new college grads that moved in with their parents to wait out the brunt of the Great Recession storm have long been itching to experience all the perks New York City living has to offer. As record unemployment numbers dwindle, Millennials (which includes individuals born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s) have reset their sights on the Big Apple to ...
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  • How to Protect Your Real Estate Assets

    || 25-Sep-2014

    If you own real estate, chances are you have purchased insurance to protect your assets against damage or loss. But have you taken the necessary steps to protect your assets against lawsuits or probate? If you own rental properties, there is likely a nagging fear in the back of your mind about being sued by one of your tenants. And if there isn't, there probably should be. It's a major ...
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  • Casey Kasem's Estate Planning Not in Anyone's Top 40

    || 4-Sep-2014

    Casey Kasem, the celebrity radio host who counted down America's Top 40 popular songs for years, died on June 15 at the age of 82 and left behind an estimated $80 million fortune. He also left a family feud of biblical proportions between his surviving spouse and his three children from a prior marriage. This is why estate planning attorneys do what we do -- to keep your family out of court ...
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  • One of the most eloquent responses to Robin Williams' death came from his best friend Billy Crystal, who posted on Twitter simply: "No words." When someone close to us dies -- especially in a sudden and tragic way -- the grief is so deep that we truly don't have any words to describe it. And while Robin Williams may have lost the battle to take care of himself, it appears that he ...
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