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Blog Posts in February,2014

  • 10 Things You Need to Know about Estate Planning

    Posted By David Hernandez || February 27, 2014

    As a Brooklyn, New York estate planning attorney, I realize creating an estate plan can be a confusing process. I meet with many clients who are unsure of how to approach the situation, believing it difficult to imagine a time when they have passed. To help you prepare for your estate planning discussion, here are 10 things you should know: ...
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  • When we send our children to school, we want to believe that every stepto possibly keep them safe has been taken. School administrators and staff, we hope, have the best interest of our children in mind and will do everything in their power to ensure no hazards are present on the premises. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. In ...
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  • New Jersey Man Sues NFL over Super Bowl Ticket Prices

    Posted By David Hernandez || February 20, 2014

    Super Bowl XLVIII kicked off in MetLife Stadiumearlier this week, the first time America’s biggest game has been held in East Rutherford, New Jersey. While the New York Giants and Jets were excited to play host for the big game, some fans in the area weren’t so content with the Super Bowl process—especially ticket sales. One man in New Brunswick, ...
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  • New York Winter “Cabin Fever” Can Cause Domestic Violence Spike

    Posted By David Hernandez || February 18, 2014

    Last month, New Yorkers experienced one of the coldest, most dangerous blasts of polar air the region has seen in decades. With these frigid temperatures, more people are staying indoors, relying on the furnace to keep them warm until spring. For some families, however, being cooped up too long together can have a toll. According to a recent ABC News ...
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  • Hacker Sentenced to Maximum Sentence by Federal Judge in NYC

    Posted By David Hernandez || February 13, 2014

    As more and more of our personal information is put online, in “clouds” and on social media, the risk of hackers stealing data becomes increasingly frightening. That’s why a recent article from Mashablecaught my attention. According to the site, an admitted member of Anonymous, an online hacking group, received the maximum sentence from a U.S. federal court judge in New ...
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  • Valentine’s Day: Chocolates, Flowers, and Divorce Papers

    Posted By David Hernandez || February 11, 2014

    Valentine’s Day is nearly upon us in Brooklyn, New York, and for many, a spirit of love is in the air. For some, however, Valentine’s Day takes a less romantic turn—to divorce. As it turns out, the period immediately following Valentine’s Day is a popular time for married couples to split. According to a Yahoo! Shine, a recent study suggests ...
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  • Federal Inquiry Launched into George Washington Bridge Scandal

    Posted By David Hernandez || February 2, 2014

    Many New York and New Jersey commuters may remember the snarled traffic nightmare last September on the George Washington Bridge, as lane closings brought many drivers to a halt. If you were involved in an auto accident of any typeon or near the George Washington Bridge during the time of the closings, you may want pay close attention to the ...
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