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The Difference Between A Will And An Estate Plan

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Unexpected events can happen that jeopardize your health and put the financial security of both you and your loved ones at risk. A will details how property and assets are distributed in the event of your passing. Estate planning helps to ensure you, your family, and your assets are protected. Do I Need A… Read More »

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Real Estate Trends Make It A Good Time To Buy A Starter Home In New York

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Paying rent is expensive and provides little in return for the money spent. Buying a home is a smart investment and can help to increase your financial security and overall net worth over the years. Our Bronx & New Rochelle real estate attorneys explain how recent circumstances have combined to make it a good… Read More »

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Estate Planning And Asset Protection For College Students

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As summer winds down, parents are busy considering back-to-school plans for their children. If yours are college age, preparations have likely been taking place for the better part of a year. Now that the time is almost here for them to pack important items needed for dorm life, there are some important estate planning… Read More »

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Hurricane Tips To Protect Yourself And Older Adults In Your Life

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Summer is the time to enjoy family vacations, picnics, and outdoor hobbies with the people you love. Unfortunately, it also brings increased storm risks, which can jeopardize your personal safety as well as your property. Hurricane season in 2021 runs from Tuesday, June 1 through Tuesday, November 30. Our experienced Bronx & New Rochelle… Read More »

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How The COVID-19 Pandemic Impacted Estate Planning

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With a vaccine readily available, case counts plummeting, and the state largely reopened for business, New Yorkers are optimistic in putting the COVID-19 pandemic behind them. At the same time, many residents have lost loved ones over the course of the past year and face other lasting changes with their health, their jobs, and… Read More »

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Protecting Older Adults During Storm Season

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

Tropical storms and hurricanes are most commonly associated with southeastern states, but history has shown New Yorkers are not immune to their devastating effects. Residents remember the horrific impacts of hurricane Sandy in 2012, as well as the flooding and power outages caused by other severe summer storms in more recent years. In addition… Read More »

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Addressing Artwork, Antiques, And Other Collectibles In Estate Planning

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Artwork, antiques, and other collectibles can be worth surprisingly large amounts of money, which may increase dramatically over time. In addition to their financial worth, they often have sentimental and historical value as well. To ensure they are appreciated and end up in the right hands, it is important to specifically address these types… Read More »

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Five Estate Planning And Asset Protection Tips For Small Business Owners

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

Owning your own business is a lifelong dream. An important part of your success is mitigating losses due to unexpected events. Numerous situations can arise that put your company and your overall financial security at risk. Our Bronx & New Rochelle estate planning attorneys offer the following tips to ensure you are prepared. Ways… Read More »

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Procrastinating In Creating A Will? Take Actions To Put One In Place Now

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

Procrastination is at the top of many people’s lists when it comes to bad habits. Unfortunately, putting off completing important tasks can undermine your overall efforts in life and often has lasting ramifications. In terms of those things people frequently put off, creating a will is one of the most common. The following details… Read More »

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Five Ways To Show Your Appreciation For Older Americans

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As experienced Bronx & New Rochelle estate planning attorneys, we know that while today’s older adults live longer and enjoy a better overall quality of life than prior generations, they still have unique needs that need to be addressed. Most fiercely value their independence but could use help with certain types of tasks. May… Read More »

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