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as Special Referee for the Supreme Court State of New York
We are excited to announce
Jeffrey G. Abrandt, Esq. has joined Raphan Law!
Jeffrey has an outstanding reputation in the legal community and is widely regarded as ‘a Pioneer of Elder Law.’ Read more>
At Raphan Law, our clients' success comes from an extremely hands-on, personal, and responsive approach.
We have earned a reputation based on our integrity, results, and for always acting in the best interest of our clients>
Brian A. Raphan has been appointed Court Examiner by the New York State Appellate Division since 1997. Also appointed Special Referee, Guardian ad Litem and Trustee by the New York State Supreme Court. The firm receives accolades in the legal community for providing outstanding legal services and assistance to seniors and their families in need. Special consideration is offered to those of limited finances. AARP Member and Accredited with an A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau. More>
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We don’t know. Nor will you. Because in the State of New York, if you don't have a Will, your assets and possessions in most instances will be distributed by a court-appointed administrator.
In fact, the rules, known as the "Distribution Rules of Intestacy" may actually put your most valued possessions in the hands of relatives you may not be so fond of.
The primary reason for making a Will is to leave your assets, and/or property, possessions, to those you care about and not leave the decision to the state.