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Did an officer lack reasonable suspicion in your DWI stop?

Though law enforcement officers work to keep New York residents safe, they are not perfect. Because of this imperfection, they could potentially fail to correctly follow procedures when making a traffic stop or subsequent arrest. If you face a charge of driving while intoxicated, you may want to determine whether the arresting officer involved in your case made any mistakes.

What is a living will?

While you may understand what a last will and testament is, there is another type of will that you may not know about. This is the living will, which is defined by the New York Attorney General as a legal document in which you leave your directions for how to care for you and manage your health care if you become unable to do so yourself. A living will may become important at any stage of your adult life if you are injured or become sick. 

How is property divided in a divorce?

If you are getting a divorce in New York, then one concern will be how your property is divided. According to the New York City Bar, marital property is generally divided, but not all property you have is considered marital property. It depends on when and how it was acquired. 

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