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Wishing you and your family a safe and Happy Independence Day! In observance of the holiday, our office will be closed on Wednesday, July 4.
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Recently, more pet owners are looking to ensure that their pets are taken care of in the event he or she becomes incapacitated or dies. One way to ensure that a beloved pet is taken care is to establish a comprehensive pet trust.

For more information about pet trusts, click on the link below.

#PetTrust #EstatePlan #EstatePlanningLawyer #LongIslandLawyer #LongIslandLawFirm #BlodnickFazioClark
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A power of attorney is an advanced directive that is designed to designate an agent to make financial decisions on a person’s behalf in the event he or she becomes incapacitated.

To learn about the benefits of establishing a power of attorney, click on the link below.
http://www.bfandapc.com/2018/05/benefits-power-attorney/

#PowerofAttorney #EstatePlan #EstatePlanningLawyer #LongIslandLawyer #LongIslandLawFirm #BlodnickFazioClark
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The main component to executing a Last Will and Testament or any advanced directive is that a testator must have testamentary capacity at the time of execution.

To learn about testamentary capacity, click on the link below.

#TestamentaryCapacity #EstatePlan #EstatePlanningLawyer #LongIslandLawyer #LongIslandLawFirm #BlodnickFazioClark
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This Memorial Day, we join in honoring our nation's heroes for their sacrifices and service to our country. In observance of the holiday, our office will be closed on Monday, May 28.
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An executor of an estate is the person named to act on behalf of the decedent. An executor has a fiduciary duty to ensure that the decedent’s wishes for the disposition of his or her property and assets are carried out accordingly. In addition, the executor is responsible for the administrative process of an estate, including paying taxes and creditors.

For more information about this estate planning topic, click on the link below.

#Executor #EstateAdministration #EstatePlan #EstatePlanning #EstatePlanningLawyer #LongIslandLawyer #GardenCityLawyer #BlodnickFazioClarkPC
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Whether or not an intern is paid is usually a deciding factor in considering hiring one. While many internships are not paid, labor laws usually allow the intern to work for college credit. However, there are restrictions to this exception. An internship must abide by specific criteria in order to be exempt from the Minimum Wage Act and Orders, which outlines New York’s laws regarding pay and overtime.

For more information about what to know before hiring an intern, click on the link below.

#Intern #Internship #BusinessLaw #NYCBusiness #LongIslandBusiness #BusinessLawyer
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Do employees have the right to disconnect? Rafael Espinal, a New York City council member from Brooklyn, thinks so. On March 22, 2018, Councilman Espinal introduced a bill that would make it illegal for employers to require employees to access work-related communications when they are off duty, on vacation, using personal days, or off sick.

For more information about this topic, click on the link below.

#NYCBusiness #EmploymentLaw #EmploymentLawyer #BusinessLaw #BusinessLawyer #WorkCommunication #WorkEmails #BusinessCompliance #BlodnickFazioClarkPC
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The Medicaid program provides assistance to low-income individuals, which may include the elderly and those with disabilities. To qualify for the Medicaid program there are certain income and asset requirements. New York State offers two distinct programs, Community Medicaid and Chronic Care Medicaid.

For more information about how Medicaid can help meet the financial costs of long-term care needs, click on the link below.

#Medicaid #LongTermCare #ElderCare #ElderCareLawyer #MedicaidEligibilty #MedicaidApplication #NYMedicaid #CommunityMedicaid #ChronicCareMedicaid #BlodnickFazioClarkPC
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According to recent reports, a little-known item in the new tax law will do away with special interest tax breaks and loopholes, among them the elimination of a company’s ability to write off entertainment as part of its business expenses.

For more information about this topic, click on the link below.

#EntertainmentExpense #TaxBreak #BusinessExpenses #NYCBusiness #LongIslandBusiness #BusinessLaw #BusinessLawyer #BlodnickFazioClarkPC
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