If a member of your family has special needs, it is important to you that he or she has financial security. Let’s say for example, that your 19-year-old son, Johnny, suffered serious injuries in a car accident. That the accident resulted in traumatic brain injury and left your child as a paraplegic. Now you are […]Read More Does Your Loved One Need a Special Needs Trust?
If you are an executor of an estate or an administrator of a trust, you are considered a fiduciary. In either position you are required by law to ethically fulfill your fiduciary duties which are: Impartiality—not favoring one party over the other Undivided loyalty—not conflicting your own interests with the interests of the parties of […]Read More NY Estate Probate Attorney talks about Breach of Fiduciary Duty