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New York Estate Planning Should Be Updated Regularly

When it comes to estate planning, there are two categories that many people will fall into: those who haven’t made any plans at all, and those who have done so but fail to update them.

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Renewal of Visa Program Raises Concerns Over Possible EB-5 Fraud

The federal government is considering whether to provide for another extension of the EB-5 visa program. While it is headed into its 28th year, the program does have its detractors who are concerned about the recent lawsuits over alleged EB-5 fraud.

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Probate Mistakes Could Lead to Litigation

Acting as the executor of an estate puts a great deal of responsibility on your shoulders. When your loved one asked you to take on this role, you may have accepted without thinking too much about the tasks you would need to handle.

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Deaths of Celebrities Illustrates Why Estate Planning Matters

Over the past few years, the unexpected deaths of several celebrities have been a lesson in the fragility of life. These deaths also work to illustrate why some of the more uncomfortable tasks in life — such as estate planning — need to be addressed sooner rather than later.

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Shutdown of Major New York Project Could Lead to EB-5 Fraud Case

New York City and the surrounding boroughs have often benefited from investments through the EB-5 visa program. This particular visa allows for foreign nationals to invest a minimum amount in a qualified development project that provides a set number of employment opportunities for residents.

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Battle Over James Brown’s Estate Litigation Plays On

When a beloved musical artist passes away, fans often take comfort in the fact that the music they produced will live on. However, in some cases, it seems the estate litigation may also live on, such as the case in the battle over James Brown’s estate.

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Which People Have Standing to Dispute the Terms of A Will?

A will is a document written with the intent of allowing a person to outline how he or she wants to distribute assets and wealth after passing.

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Foreign Investors Accuse Developer of Committing EB-5 Fraud

Many New York developers have completed their projects with the help of funding raised through the EB-5 visa program.

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Is Your Executor Willing and Able to Carry out Your Estate Plans?

Life is full of tasks and conversations that one would rather avoid. Of all of these, the discussion over estate plans may be one of the most difficult but necessary conversations one will ever have in life.

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Adminstration to Deny Visas to Unmarried Same-Sex UN Partners

The U.S. Supreme Court, in 2015, extended marriage protections to same-sex couples. Nevertheless, when it comes to same-sex partners, many countries refuse to give legal rights to these couples.

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