Trusts

Navigating Medicaid 2023 Income and Asset Guidelines for Long-Term Care

As our population ages, more and more seniors are choosing to age in place, staying in their homes and communities rather than moving to assisted living or nursing homes. Aging place is always preferred but not always possible. But cost doesn’t need to be a barrier for seniors wishing to live independently. New York’s Medicaid …

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Paying for College

Funding Education in Your Estate Planning: Giving Your Children Roots and Wings

Parents worry about education. Not only about paying for education, but about fostering curiosity so kids want to learn.  It is why we limit screen time but send them to coding classes. With an education we have more options in life, which means more freedom, independence, and (hopefully) happiness. Let’s explore how to efficiently fund …

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Estate Planning & Divorce

Pending Divorce? Run, Don’t Walk, to your Estate Planning Attorney

Estate Planning Changes after a Divorce or Separation The literal meaning of divorce is to “turn to different ways.” Once the decision is made to part ways, the physical and emotional separation is usually immediate, but the legal severing of ties can take months, if not years. Even in the most amicable divorces, does anyone …

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Estate Planning for Musicians

Estate Planning for Musicians

New York is a mecca for the arts and there are approximately 12,000 professional musicians living in New York City and countless others just breaking into the music business. This includes studios musicians, band members, opera singers, soloists, hip hop artists, Broadway performers, orchestra musicians, composers, and songwriters. In addition to having the same estate …

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