By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq. February 6, 2020 Estate Planning Concerns When Spouse Is Not A U.S. Citizen Estate planning can already often be a daunting and complicated process. However, it is one that must be done. But what if only one of you is a naturalized U.S....

A Closer Look at Probate If you watch our videos and read the content on HaimoLaw.com, we guarantee you'll better understand wills, trusts, probate, business planning and asset protection; the basic positive and negatives about each area and why they are important to you, your family...

By: Monica Bernard, Paralegal February 4, 2020 Advanced Care Directives for College-Aged Children As parents, we all know the routine of taking our children to the doctor’s, dentist, etc. and making regular daily medical decisions for our children. However, in a blink of an eye, the day has...

  By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq. February 2nd, 2016 Who Are the Parties to a Health Care Surrogate? We all fear that time at the end of our lives where we can no longer make our own healthcare decisions. There's also the possibility that something sudden happens when...

By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq. January 31, 2019 What We Can Learn from Stan Lee’s Estate Planning Problems With 18 more Marvel movies still in the pipeline in addition to his half-century-plus as a comic industry icon, it’s pretty safe to say that Stan Lee’s status as a...

By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq. January 30, 2020 Estate Planning Isn’t Just for Parents and Grandparents When you think of the actual word estate, it may conjure images of a gate opening up to a long drive way revealing a huge mansion with a butler over looking sprawling...

As an Heir, How Do I Stay Informed of What Is Happening in the Probate Case? By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq. May 18, 2015 [BEGIN TRANSCRIPT] HAIMO: Generally beneficiaries—either designated by will or statute—will be notified and kept informed of the status of proceedings because most actions in probate require...

The Essence of Trusts Diana thought that she had learned her lesson when her husband, Benny, died without any kind of estate planning documents. The lengthy probate was made doubly difficult because they had a business together as well as a son with disabilities. With no...

  Living Will: "Brain Dead  But Kept Alive"   By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq. December 29, 2014   A Living Will is a document that enables you to choose your preference for being kept alive artificially on life support in the event that you are in a persistent vegetative stage, terminally...