Business succession planning is a critical aspect of ensuring the longevity and stability of any business. A well-thought-out succession plan is not just a prudent choice but often a legal requirement. Here are some of the key considerations and steps involved in business succession planning in the state of New York that every business owner needs to know.
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Purchasing real estate in New York can be an exhilarating but potentially daunting experience. The process involves considering more than just the property's purchase price. As a savvy homebuyer, it's essential to be aware of the hidden costs associated with buying real estate in New York City to avoid unexpected financial surprises. In this blog, we'll explore some of these expenses and provide valuable insights to help you make informed decisions.
Choosing the Right Document for Estate Planning in New York: Understanding the Difference Between Wills and Trusts
A will and a trust are two of the most important documents a person can create to ensure their assets are distributed according to their wishes after death. In New York, these two documents have different rules and requirements. Knowing the differences between the two can help you make the best decision for your estate planning needs.
Have you ever experienced attempting to refinance or obtain a loan only to find there is a judgment against your name or your business? Do you believe that the judgment is erroneous? Or that the incorrect entity has been sued? Often, the business owner does not find out about the judgment until the service of a Marshal’s Notice. In these instances, the business owner either never received proper notice of the lawsuit or failed to respond to a complaint and a default judgment was entered against the business owner.