Year: 2020

Year: 2020

Documenting facts after an accident

Even the most minor fender bender accident may leave a person feeling rattled and unsure of what to do next. Regularly reviewing the best steps to take after an accident may help give a person a better chance of remembering what to do in this situation.  Some people...

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What are the DWI laws in New York?

New York law establishes three levels of driving under the influence. Driving while ability impaired charges result from blood alcohol content of 0.05% to 0.07%. BAC of 0.08% or higher carries the more serious charge of driving under the influence.  BAC of 0.18% or...

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What can living trusts do?

Most Americans are aware that a will is one way of ensuring your assets go to the desired recipients after your death. However, fewer people are aware of what living trusts do and how powerful they can be in estate planning if used properly. Almost every estate plan...

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Avoiding car-bicycle collisions

Commuters of all kinds share New York’s roads, from large tractor-trailers to bicycles. On the road, you need to consider the safety of those around you, especially when bikes are present. When cars and bikes collide, cyclists typically receive the worst of the...

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How to complete your estate plan

If you are like man people in New York, you understand the importance of having an estate plan. However, even if you have a will or trust in place, it may not be enough to adequately meet your needs. It may also fail to address issues that your loved ones may face in...

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