As an experienced NY will contest lawyer with two decades of experience successfully contesting NY attorney drafted wills I can say the answer is yes.  However, I must also warn you that the business of contesting NY wills is one of the most difficult tasks in all of law.  Having set aside more than a

As a NY estate lawyer with more than two decades of experience litigating NY estates one of the most frequent questions I get involves the issue of common law marriages and the NY estate law.  The issue being does New York State recognize common law marriages as valid?  I’d be lying if I said there was a

As a NY estate lawyer with more than two decades of NY estate law experience I have lived through multiple financial cycles.  Each cycle, usually lasting a decade brought about plenty of good prosperity accompanied by financial expansion, a few bad recessions with periods of job loss and even some really ugly times as well.  However through


Also called a Last Will & Testament, a NY will is actually a piece of paper, hopefully drafted by and executed in front of your NY estate lawyer, directing who will control and receive the assets within your NY estate after you are gone.  Absent a NY will, the assets of your NY estate pass through