1. Does a Young Person Need an Estate Plan?

    Many young families shrug off estate planning, and the excuse is always that they are too young for it, not at risk, or can’t afford it. However, many are still troubled with the possibility that they could pass away, leaving behind their dependent spouse or children. While no one expects to die a…Read More

  2. How to Choose the Right Executor for Your Will

    After passing away and the will is approved for probate, your will's executor steps in your shoes. An executor is someone who performs all the legal tasks on your behalf. Legal tasks include property sales, paying creditors, executing lawsuits, asset distribution, and reviewing medical records. An e…Read More

  3. Estate Plans for the Single Parent

    Estate planning is important for everyone, and especially single parents. While estate planning is primarily defined by deciding on asset distribution, single parents have different concerns from married couples. One of their main concerns is usually their children's security. So, if you are a singl…Read More

  4. Benefits of Hiring an Immigration Lawyer

    Ask anyone who has gone through the process of immigration and it’s likely they will tell you that this is not an endeavor you want to go through on your own. There is extensive paperwork that must be filed properly and according to a certain timeline in order to achieve approval. Navigating the c…Read More

  5. Stack of money that will be used for alimony.

    Facts About Alimony

    There are different kinds of alimony that can be awarded in New York and your divorce attorney or child custody lawyer will be able to help inform you on what you can expect. You will start out with temporary alimony and then one of the three types will be awarded to you. The Law Office of Diron Rut…Read More