With an emphasis on Corporations and LLC's. (content coming soon)
If you have been notified your lender is going to proceed with foreclosure on your home, you need to contact an attorney who understands the various foreclosure defense options you have in New York. Just because your lender notifies you of a foreclosure does not mean you have no rights; you do have rights and an attorney can help protect those rights.
For businesses and individuals in the greater New York City region, having a real estate lawyer on your side when buying, selling, financing or leasing real estate is crucial. With the high cost of real estate in this urban center, it's vital that you know you are making wise, informed decisions when entering into million-dollar agreements and transaction.
Wills are legal documents that outline how you want your assets distributed in the event of your death. These legal documents are often used to name an executor, name guardians for children, serve as a backup to a living trust, outline how debts will be paid and provide for pets. In order for a will to be valid, you must be of sound mind, sign the document and have the document signed by two witnesses. Often, elder law is intertwined with estate planning for seniors. Elder law encompasses many facets of law, including the transfer of assets when a spouse enters a nursing home, Medicaid, guardianship's, elder abuse, health directives and long-term planning for placement in a nursing home.