Category Archives: Wills Trusts & Estates

3 Estate Planning Facts

3 Estate Planning Facts

Does your loved one needs legal assistance with estate planning? Check out these 3 estate planning facts, then call our Buffalo lawyers today. 1. Size of an Estate Estates with assets of less than $30,000 and no real estate can be handled via a voluntary administration – a very short form estate – using a […]

4 Estate Planning Questions

4 Estate Planning Questions

If you have questions about wills, trusts, or estate planning, check out these 4 estate planning questions. Then, call our attorneys today. 1. Why Do I Need a Will? Some people actually do not need a will. If they’ve set up their estate so that their children are named as beneficiaries, established joint accounts with […]

3 Estate Planning Tips

3 Estate Planning Tips

Do you have questions about estate planning in Buffalo? Check out these 3 estate planning tips, then give our lawyers a call to get started. 1. Does the Size of an Estate Matter? Estates with assets of less than $30,000 and no real estate can be handled via a voluntary administration – a very short form […]

3 Questions About Wills

3 Questions About Wills

Do you need to learn more about wills? Check out these 3 questions about wills, then contact our Buffalo Estate Planning Lawyers for help. 1. What Happens When You Die Without a Will? If a deceased person with no valid will owned assets in their name, those assets are distributed under the laws of intestacy […]

What is a Power of Attorney?

What is a Power of Attorney

Do you or a loved one need a power of attorney?  Watch this video by Buffalo Estate Planning Lawyer Thomas F. Hewner as he explains what you need to know. Signing a power of attorney gives someone authority to handle your affairs, and a standard power of attorney includes specific lists of powers from which to choose. For […]

4 Questions About Power of Attorney

4 Questions About Power of Attorney

Check out these 4 questions about power of attorney. Then, call our office today to ensure you receive maximum compensation for your claim. What is a Power of Attorney? Signing a power of attorney gives someone authority to handle your affairs, and a standard power of attorney includes specific lists of powers from which to […]