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Blog Posts in 2014

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  • When will I get my Inheritance
    When will I get my Inheritance

    It would be presumptuous to assume that funds would be available within a month or so. The probate / administrative process can take several months or longer, so it would not be wise to buy that new ...

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  • The Importance of Estate Planning for Divorcing Parents
    The Importance of Estate Planning for Divorcing Parents

    Perhaps no life event imposes a more significant - and urgent - need to update an estate plan than a divorce. A divorce generally causes a radical change in both personal finances and planning ...

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  • Generation Y - The Millenial Generation Could Fuel NYC Housing Boom
    Generation Y - The Millenial Generation Could Fuel NYC Housing Boom

    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 ...

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  • How to Protect Your Real Estate Assets
    How to Protect Your Real Estate Assets

    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 ...

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  • Robin Williams:    A Lesson in Deeds, Not Words + One Error in Planning
    Robin Williams: A Lesson in Deeds, Not Words + One Error in Planning

    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 ...

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  • An Irrevocable Trust vs. a Life Estate: Pro's and Con's
    An Irrevocable Trust vs. a Life Estate: Pro's and Con's

    Many people hear the words "Irrevocable Trust" and think that the irrevocable nature of the instrument requires inflexibility and rigidity, or that they will lose control over their assets. This is a ...

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