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February 2018 Archives

Avoiding the probate process

One of the major mistakes New York residents can make when devising their estate plans is not using a strategy that allows assets to bypass the probate process. Probate, which can be costly and slow, is a legal process through which assets must pass if they are transferred to beneficiaries via a will.

Handling estate planning

People in New York should consider an estate plan with the appropriate legal documents in place so that any financial or healthcare decisions made on their behalf are done according to their preferences. Having an estate plan is not only about planning for assets but also accounting for if an individual is incapacitated and unable to make decisions on their own.