Author:Bonnie Lawston More than five million Americans have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. That number is projected to reach 7.1 million by the year 2025 and 13.8 million people by 2050 Alzheimer’s costs the country more than $200 billion dollars every year, and that figure does not include the $216 billion of unpaid care provided […]Read More Estate Planning and Alzheimer’s Disease
Author: Bonnie Lawston Stephen Sternbach: Star Multi Care Do you know what to do with a loved ones estate if they die? Do you live out of state and your loved one passed away as a resident of Queens or they own property in Queens or New York? Legal Help with Queens, NY Probate & […]Read More New York Estate Litigation Attorney handling clients throughout Queens County, Nassau County and Suffolk County NY.
If you do not have a Will or a current valid Will, then your money and assets may not go to the people that you want it to go to and the Court will dictate how it is distributed pursuant to the applicable law that controls your case based on your jurisdiction and residence. With […]Read More Less then half of all adults do not have a Will ? Why not?
Author: Bonnie Lawston If your parents or a loved one have suffered an injury or have an illness that makes it difficult or impossible for them to address their own needs, you may need to secure in-home care services. At the same time, you will want to take all appropriate legal measures to protect your […]Read More Protecting Your Loved Ones as They Age
Look at Willregistry.info . Great central database for the document and the location of the original.Read More Searching for your Uncle Bob’s Will or Trust but don’t know where to look???
The appellate division recently overturned a Nassau County case. It was determined based on the facts of the case, that the joint account was established merely as a convenience and that the joint owner was on the account for convenience. Upon finding that the account was created merely to protect the assets and for the […]Read More Are joint accounts safe from your estate?