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Choosing a business entity for your new company

If you are starting a business, one of the most important decisions you will make is choosing the legal structure for your company. This decision determines the amount of taxes you pay, the personal liability you face, revenue opportunities and even how much paperwork you’ll do.

The type of business entity that’s best for your company depends upon your business, the number of employees and the potential taxes you will pay here in New York. An attorney with experience in laws regarding business formation can help you determine the best fit.

Construction on the rise, officials to enforce "Move Over" laws

The summertime season is finally here to stay. With it comes the hassle of roadway construction. Back in April, New York State's Department of Transportation (DOT) announced their significant redesign plans concerning the areas surrounding Interstates 81 and 690.

The project's purpose is to incorporate an efficient community grid that will eventually replace I-81. It is expected to take place over the course of the next five years, with developments beginning as soon as this summer. Drivers should take caution and expect to see an increase in various work zones throughout the central area.

Common reasons the validity of a will is questioned

It can be difficult enough to grieve the death of a loved one, so a surprise during the probate process during an already emotional time can be especially difficult to handle. However, challenging the validity of someone's last will and testament is not an action to take lightly.

Although a will contest can be difficult to win, there are certain circumstances that may warrant such an action. These circumstances include when you have a legally valid reason, called a ground, for a will contest.

When can you contest a will in New York?

The stress of losing a loved one often re-opens old emotional wounds in a family. And if a relative's will doesn't seem to distribute property in a way that is "fair", some family members may be tempted to contest it.

However, it is important to keep in mind that not everyone can contest a will. Plus, those who can only have a few legal rationales available to have the will invalidated.

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