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Can a Creditor Reach My Joint Checking Account After I Die?

By Meyer & Spencer, P.C. |

In a New York probate proceeding, the creditors of a deceased person (the decedent) have priority over any heirs. That is to say, any debts owed by the decedent must be paid before the heirs receive anything under the will. But what about non-probate property, i.e., assets that do not pass under the decedent’s… Read More »

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How Can Getting Remarried Affect Your Estate Planning?

By Meyer & Spencer, P.C. |

Getting remarried can raise a number of estate planning issues, particularly if you have children from the prior marriage. Some people think they may not need to alter their estate plan at all–assuming they had one to begin with. Indeed, one common argument we hear is that “my new spouse will take care of… Read More »

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