Whether you are the landlord or the tenant, you need to know your rights. There are certain rights given by law to landlords and certain rights given to tenants. The rights depend on the state and the city, but in New York, for example, the tenants’ rights are considerable. The issues between landlords and tenants…

1. Wills. What is a will? A will, sometimes referred to as Last Will and Testament, is a legal mechanism for passing or distributing property and wealth without consideration (i.e., without anything in return). A will is a set of instructions on how you want your property and wealth distributed. Wills are legal documents with…

Many people are unaware of the need to plan ahead until something happens, and then the reaction is “What am I going to do?” A skilled attorney can sometimes help even in situations like that. Planning for retirement, disability, or death is unpleasant to some, and is frequently avoided. However, for successful retirement planning, you…

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