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- Important Milestones You Can Incorporate in Your Estate Planby Cari Rincker on May 29, 2023 at 7:55 pm
Life is full of contingencies. While some outcomes are relatively certain, other events are more difficult to predict. This uncertainty can create estate planning challenges. Because life changes quickly and sometimes unexpectedly, your estate plan needs to be flexible. You can make changes to your estate plan when you are still alive, but when you pass away, your plan is ... Read More The post Important Milestones You Can Incorporate in Your Estate Plan appeared first on Rincker Law.
- NYC Family Lawyer: Divorce and Separation in the Intergenerational Family Unitby Cari Rincker on May 29, 2023 at 3:02 am
Divorce and separation are complex matters that can significantly impact families, particularly those with multiple generations involved. In the dynamic and diverse city of New York, intergenerational families face unique challenges when going through these transitions. This blog post aims to shed light on the issues affecting intergenerational families with divorce and separation involving children, and how a family law ... Read More The post NYC Family Lawyer: Divorce and Separation in the Intergenerational Family Unit appeared first on Rincker Law.
- Does the Guardian for My Child Have to Be a United States Citizen?by Cari Rincker on May 28, 2023 at 7:53 pm
One of the more uncomfortable aspects of estate planning is deciding what will happen to your child if both you and the child’s other legal parent were to die unexpectedly. While the odds of this happening are low, the consequences of not naming a legal guardian in your will or a separate document can be significant, since a court would ... Read More The post Does the Guardian for My Child Have to Be a United States Citizen? appeared first on Rincker Law.
- Ask Cari: What Is the Effect of an Unrecorded Deed?by Cari Rincker on May 25, 2023 at 7:49 pm
A deed is a legal document used to transfer real property ownership rights from one person or entity (the grantor) to another (the grantee). In many cases, this transfer occurs due to the property being sold, with the seller transferring the property to the buyer. Typically, a deed is recorded with the local county recorder of deeds. Recording the deed ... Read More The post Ask Cari: What Is the Effect of an Unrecorded Deed? appeared first on Rincker Law.
- Are You Single with a Minor Child? If So, You Need a Planby Cari Rincker on May 22, 2023 at 7:47 pm
You have a minor child who depends on you for their survival, so you need to make sure that they will be cared for if you are ever unable to care for them. By creating an estate plan, you can address your minor child’s care and custody and provide instructions about how your money and property should be used for ... Read More The post Are You Single with a Minor Child? If So, You Need a Plan appeared first on Rincker Law.