Inheritance Rights of Non-Marital children: Estate of Herman J. Russell In the current information age, more information can often lead to more problems.  With advances in science, namely ancestry searches, Queens estate lawyers are seeing more and more cases involving children of parents who turn out not to be the parents.  This new science creates a virtual

Any NY estate lawyer will readily tell you one of the most frequent complaints we get involves beneficiaries who are unhappy with the nominated fiduciary of their NY estate.  The nominated executor is the individual named in the testator’s will designated to administer their NY estate after they pass.  One instance that gives rise to suspicion is