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April 2018 Archives

Creating wills essential for safeguarding assets

A common misconception when it comes to estate planning is that this process is necessary only for the rich. The reality is that estate planning, including the creation of wills, is important for anybody who owns assets, no matter how many or few. Here is a glimpse of what the creation of a will involves in New York.

Landlords can legally reject tenants, but only for these reasons

Looking for an apartment in any of New York City's boroughs can be a challenge. When you finally find one that you like, you put in your application and start thinking about how you will decorate. Then, you get the call from the landlord that you didn't expect -- he or she denied your application.

Wills particularly important for those with beloved pets

Although people in New York generally hate to imagine dying, they are at least preparing for the inevitable by engaging in estate planning. As they put together wills and other essential estate planning documents, it is critical that they also take into consideration their pet's needs if they have a furry friend. Here are a few estate planning tips for those with beloved pets.

IBM signs new commercial real estate lease in New York

IBM is expected to soon triple its presence in Union Square in New York. This is because the tech company recently signed a lease for a commercial real estate building's three floors. The area it will lease spans nearly 27,700 square feet.

Without wills, estates must go through probate process

In today's busy society, developing estate plans is oftentimes the last thing on people's lists of priorities in New York. However, creating wills and other estate planning documents is an important part of planning for the future. Having an estate plan in place will no doubt make life easier on an individual's loved ones after he or she passes away.