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December 2017 Archives

3 reasons you may have to contest a will

You may pride yourself on having close relationships with many of your family members. You may act as a confidant, caretaker, friend or other role needed at any given time. Because of your strong bonds, your loved ones may have discussed their end-of-life wishes with you or even asked your assistance when drafting their documents. Undoubtedly, you were happy to help.

Predictions for luxury rentals in 2018

As we near the end of 2017, the old adage “the more things change, the more they stay the same” has some added meaning. Towards the end of 2016, a slew of luxury and high-end residences remained unoccupied as many potential buyers and renters presumably were ambivalent about making changes because of the uncertainty following the impending change of administrations. With that, landlords began offering a number of concessions in the hopes of attracting renters.

Can you avoid probate when administering an estate?

The probate process in New York is geared to be an orderly process in which the assets of a person who has recently passed away may be legally transferred to the person’s beneficiaries. While this process should be simple, it oftentimes is not. Essentially, disputes may arise over who actually is entitled to these assets, as well as whether other entities may have their legal claims against the deceased satisfied by making a claim against the estate.

The basics of tax deductible estate administration costs

It may be a bittersweet feeling to be chosen as a person’s executor. This largely means that you have garnered the respect and trust of the person (and their family) whose estate you are tasked to divide according to the person’s wishes. But like the old adage “with great power comes great responsibility,” there are a number of questions that an executor may have. For example, are there expenses that could (or will) reduce the estate’s value for tax purposes? Additionally, are there expenses that are tax deductible?

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