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September 2018 Archives

How do you remove an executor?

New York residents who are dealing with matters of wills and estates will also be dealing with executors. However, situations may come up in which you believe an executor of a will or estate should be removed from their position for whatever reason.

What happens if I die without creating a will?

Most people in America understand that it is important to have a will to ensure that when a person passes away, their property will transfer properly to their beneficiaries. However, far too many people put off creating any kind of will at all, because they assume they'll get around to it, or possibly even fear creating it.

Breaking down trust terminology

Terminology is one of the largest challenges people in New York have when first considering trusts as a form of estate management. This article briefly considers a few key terms and phrases the law uses, hopefully with the effect of clarifying the language for non-lawyers.

Fair and equitable inheritances for children

What if, before the age of majority and full inheritance, one of your children had an opportunity to attend an elite school? What if one decided to study finance, while another pursued a less bankable profession? Our team here at the office of Joseph A. Ledwidge, P.C., strives to aid New York parents in developing long-term, sustainable estate distribution strategies that would be fair to all children, even in the face of these types of complex situations.

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