An attorney advising you to use an attorney to draft a will may fall under the category of "Don't ask a barber if you need a haircut." But there are many good reasons why an attorney should draft a w
Just as there are specific requirements for how to execute a Will, there also are highly specific requirements for how to revoke a Will. Changing Your Mind Everyone is entitled to change their minds.
Generally, an act of God (hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis, tornadoes) will not result in any personal liability. There are (as in everything else) some possible exceptions.
This Brief Legal Guide gives you the nuts and bolts of New York law as it pertains to non-compete clauses in employment.
Can I sue the State of New York? If you want to sue the State of New York (as well as certain state-related entities) for damages, the lawsuit must be brought in the New York State Court of Claims, w
What Is A Class Action Lawsuit? Class action lawsuits can be brought under federal law or under New York State law. There is considerable misunderstanding as to what a class action is. Many persons
Making Changes To A Will Is Common It’s not uncommon to have second thoughts about a bequest one makes in one’s will. Or sometimes a person who was listed as a beneficiary of certain assets has died
This brief Legal Guide provides you the basics of how a civil lawsuit progresses, the steps involved, and what to expect as it goes forward.
Which Court System Should You Bring a Lawsuit In? There are different jurisdictional requirements. New York State Supreme Court is a court of “general jurisdiction,” meaning that it can handle a ver
What Is A Power Of Attorney? A power of attorney is a document by which a person designates someone else to act on his or her behalf. It is a powerful document and must be treated as such. The pers