HLS Blog

Nicholas Khayumov

As they grow older, many individuals in New York look towards Medicaid to provide vital long term care services such as personal care services (i.e., homecare) or nursing home care.  Currently, in order

Gianna O. Corona

The average person spends two and half hours on social media a day. Social media consumes much of our lives, but what happens to these accounts on our deaths? It is projected that

Sara O'Shea

Possession is 9/10ths of the law. Squatter’s rights. Use it or lose it. These are popular terms or phrases that most people have heard or used in casual conversation. While they may not

Moira S. Laidlaw

As you may be aware, Congress is working on a reconciliation bill (the “Bill”) which has tax components that could affect your current estate plan.  The major changes fall into two categories: (1)

Moira S. Laidlaw

As estate-planning professionals, we help clients plan in the event of incapacity, not just death. While clients may come into our offices worried about death and taxes, we educate them that equally worrisome,

Moira S. Laidlaw

The New York State Department of Health (DOH) has once again delayed the implementation of a thirty (30) month look-back period for Medicaid Applications filed for Community-Based Long Term Care Services (i.e. home care).  The

Nicholas Khayumov

As they grow older, many individuals in New York look towards Medicaid to provide vital long term care services such as personal care services (i.e., homecare) or nursing home care.  Currently, in order

Gianna O. Corona

The average person spends two and half hours on social media a day. Social media consumes much of our lives, but what happens to these accounts on our deaths? It is projected that

Sara O'Shea

Possession is 9/10ths of the law. Squatter’s rights. Use it or lose it. These are popular terms or phrases that most people have heard or used in casual conversation. While they may not

Moira S. Laidlaw

As you may be aware, Congress is working on a reconciliation bill (the “Bill”) which has tax components that could affect your current estate plan.  The major changes fall into two categories: (1)

Moira S. Laidlaw

As estate-planning professionals, we help clients plan in the event of incapacity, not just death. While clients may come into our offices worried about death and taxes, we educate them that equally worrisome,

Moira S. Laidlaw

The New York State Department of Health (DOH) has once again delayed the implementation of a thirty (30) month look-back period for Medicaid Applications filed for Community-Based Long Term Care Services (i.e. home care).  The