Should You Consider a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

The start of each year often marks the pinnacle of financial stress for many American households. This is caused by the ending of the holiday season, which is characterized by increased travel and gift-giving expenses, and the looming start of tax season. This year, however, might be worse for many households than in past years […]

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Differences Between Article 81 Guardianship and Article 17A Guardianship

For most parents in the United States, watching their child turn eighteen is a joyous occasion as it marks the start of their adulthood and the shifting of legal responsibilities from the parents to the child. Unfortunately for many parents of disabled children, this occasion causes more stress than joy due to the increased legal […]

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How to Ensure a Smooth Estate Distribution and Avoid Will Contests

Writing a Will is a critical step in planning your estate, ensuring that your assets are distributed according to your wishes after you pass away. While the act of creating a Will brings a sense of security, it’s important to be aware of potential challenges. Approximately 3% of Wills in the United States face some […]

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Best Elder Law Firm in Long Island

Elder law is the field of law that specializes in issues faced by older adults. It encompasses many topics, including estate planning, healthcare planning, and long-term care planning, among others. Elder law’s primary goal is to ensure seniors are well protected and cared for. To that end, we at Lanzet & Associates PC have a […]

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Chapter 7 Considerations

A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is the simplest and most common type of consumer bankruptcy.

A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is the simplest and most common type of consumer bankruptcy.  A debtor who qualifies, will have much of their debt eliminated and given a chance to rebuild their credit.  A Trustee is appointed to liquidate the debtor’s non-exempt assets in order to pay off their creditors. In order to qualify for […]

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When was the last time you updated your will?

When was the last time you updated your will

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