Why You Need a Will and Health Care Proxy.

I recently visited with my parents out of state.  They are in their eighties, and sadly, health is beginning to decline.  My mother, who is now on oxygen around the clock broached the topic of amending their Will with me, which evidently has not been touched since 1977, and includes a clause for mine and my siblings care by a now deceased friend of the family.   In any event, she told me about her dear Read More

How the New York DMV amendments may affect you.

In February  2013, the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles promulgated an emergency regulation;  § 136.5(b)[5] which provided for multiple periods of mandatory and discretionary ineligibility to hold a driver’s license or apply for a restored driver’s license upon conviction of “two(2) or more alcohol or drug related convictions or incidents in any combination within 25 years preceding the date of Read More