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May 2017 Archives

Setting up a special needs trust

Some New Yorkers who are creating an estate plan may be concerned about how they will take care of a family member with disabilities. These disabilities may include genetic disorders, cerebral palsy, bipolar disorder or autism spectrum disorder, and they may be congenital or the result of an injury.

Planning for asset distribution after death in New York

When planning for the future of their assets, estate holders may want to consider speaking with their heirs. Speaking with children will allow the estate holder to get a feel for how their assets may be spent and managed. In addition, it will help them figure out the best way to leave property to beneficiaries.