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A Successful Will Contest

In a Decision, dated October 13, 2022, signed by the Hon. Jennifer G. Sober, Acting Surrogate Court Judge for the Rensselaer County Surrogate’s Court, the Court ordered the striking of an earlier filed Will in favor of a subsequent Will, also dismissing claims alleging undue influence and lack of capacity associated with the Last Will […]

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SEC Issues Required Investor Disclosures for Variable Annuities and Variable Life Insurance Contracts

In a press release dated March 11, 2020, the SEC announced rules, as well as the issuance of a related form associated rule amendments designed to make disclosures for investors when sold variable annuities and variable life insurance contracts.  Overall, these rules require insurance companies and broker dealers involved in the sale of these products […]

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Airbnb Guest Injuries

With the number of Airbnb and VRBO rentals already exceeding the million reservations mark, it stands to reason that many paying guests renting properties have and will continue to encounter and suffer fall injuries at their rental accommodations.  Airbnb requires its hosts to assure that rental properties are safe from many known hazards.  For example, […]

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Will Contests – Have You Been Shorted by Trickery Involving a Loved One’s Estate?

Have you been unfairly deprived of an anticipated inheritance by way of trickery or deceit on the part of another party?  New York State Law affords victimized would-be Will beneficiaries considerable favorable procedures and case law to assist in the recovery of your rightful inheritance. The baby boomer generation has seen thousands of claims involving […]

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