Estate and Elder Law

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A Matter of Convenience: From Bank Accounts to Real Property
Posted on 11 Jun 2015 by John G. Farinacci

By John G. Farinacci Estate litigators see a wide variety of disputed issues since the affairs of decedents are as diverse as the types of people they were during their lives. However, we also see many of the same or similar fact patterns. One of these... Read More

John G. Farinacci: Abandonment Cases in Surrogate’s Court Present Difficult Factual Issues
Posted on 18 Feb 2014 by John G. Farinacci

By John G. Farinacci Naturally, abandonment and failure to meet support obligations are two grounds upon which an otherwise lawful heir can be disqualified from inheriting in New York as in most other jurisdictions. EPTL 5-1.2. Failure to support is... Read More