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5 Things You Can Do to Minimize Your Estate Tax

Estate taxes are imposed on your estate before its contents are distributed to your beneficiaries. For the tax year 2018, you can leave $5.6 million to your loved ones before you have to pay federal estate or gift tax. If you live in New York state and have an estate...

Real Estate Law: How a Sale-Leaseback Works

A sale-leaseback is a real estate transaction where a business that owns and occupies a property sells it to another party and then leases it back. The seller can convert a non-paying asset into cash while still retaining the right to use it, an arrangement that...

Estate Planning: The Healthcare Proxy

Healthcare proxy laws in New York and Florida allow you to designate someone you trust, such as a close friend or member of your family, to make healthcare decisions for you if you become incapacitated and cannot make those decisions for yourself. Situations that may...

4 Common Scope of Work Issues

The scope of work, which is also known as a performance duties provision, is intended to provide everyone involved in a construction project with a description of the work being done, how it must be performed, and what materials are involved. This description...

4 Things a Title Search Could Uncover

Once you decide to make an offer on a piece of real estate, the next step is to have a title company or your attorney perform a title search. This process, which delves into the history of the property, uses public records and legal documentation to identify the...