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Monthly Archives: June 2020


When Is It Appropriate to End a Guardianship for an Adult with Developmental Disabilities?

By Meyer & Spencer, P.C. |

In New York, a guardianship may be established for a developmentally disabled person who reaches adulthood. A parent commonly seeks appointment as guardian, which allows them to continue managing the person and property of their child into adulthood. At the same time, however, the child does retain certain basic legal rights, including the ability… Read More »

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The Role of a Guardian ad Litem in the Probate of New York Estates

By Meyer & Spencer, P.C. |

When a probate matter is pending before a New York Surrogate’s Court, all “interested parties” have a right to be notified and to appear in the case. An interested party is basically anyone who stands to benefit from the decision to admit, or not admit, the Will. This commonly includes the children of the… Read More »

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