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Can a Seller Refuse to Sign the Cancellation of Escrow Even if I Gave up My Deposit?

Can a Seller Refuse to Sign the Cancellation of Escrow Even if I Gave up My Deposit? Question: I had decided to terminate a purchase of house which is already in escrow for 22 days and had decided to give up my deposit, can the seller refuse to sign the cancellation if they got mad … Read More

I Was Divorced in 2006. My Ex Receives Child Support. My Daughter Is Now 19 and in College. How Do I Stop Child Support? Payments

I Was Divorced in 2006. My Ex Receives Child Support. My Daughter Is Now 19 and in College. How Do I Stop Child Support Payments? Question: There was no date provided on the divorce for the end of child support. My ex and daughter live in Miami. According to the clerks office on the phone, … Read More

Landlord Tenant Law – Tenant Damage

Tenant Damage in Queens Very often clients will come to me when they are experiencing problems with their tenants who either are not paying the rent, or they are causing damage to the property, or both and they want to know how they can I recover for my damages to the property. It is a … Read More

Real Estate Law – Selling With Property Violations

Selling With Property Violations in Queens, NY Clients often come to me when they are selling their houses and they inform me that they have certain issues with violations. One of the obligations of the seller of the house that is prescribed in the contract to sell is that you must deliver title the property … Read More

Divorce Law – Grounds for Divorce in NY

Grounds for Divorce in NYC Well the short version about grounds for divorce in New York is that it’s not, it doesn’t really matter as much anymore as it used to. There are still additional grounds for divorce in New York and they are full face ground such as adultery, cruel in human treatment, and … Read More

Landlord Tenant Law – Buying A House With Existing Tenants

Buying A House With Existing Tenants in New York Very often I’m consulted by clients who are interested in buying a house that is in addition to being a house where they live in also provides them with some rental income that’s an apartment of some kind to two-family house or a three-family house is … Read More

If I Rent an Apartment in a Home, Am I Legally Required to Give the Landlord a Copy of the Key to My Apartment?

Question: My new landlord says since he owns the home, I am obligated to give him a key to the apartment. I don’t feel comfortable doing so. I did give the key to the prior landlord because I was young and didn’t know my rights, but he used to let himself into my apartment when … Read More

Estate Planning Law – Preparing A Will

Preparing a Will in Queens, NY When preparing to have a will drafted and prior to meeting with an attorney or perspective attorney, there certain steps that everyone should take to kind get their affairs in order. The first thing that I always recommend is literally write out the list of questions you want to ask … Read More

Real Estate Law – Contract of Sale Protection

Contract of Sale Protection Clients often ask me how important is the contract of sale and how it protects me when I buy a house. I tell them the contract of sale is your bible. That covers everything that protects you that obligates you; everything involves purchasing this property set forth in the contract of … Read More

Business Law – S-Corp vs. LLC

Business Law – S-Corp vs. LLC Clients often ask me the benefits of owning a business in a name of an S-Corporation as opposed to its C-Corporation or an LLC and the S-Corporation is a form of a C-Corporation. A C-Corporation is the regular corporate filing, you pay taxes as a corporation and the corporation, … Read More