Hall, Ricketts, Schuller & Gurbacki, P.C., partner Daniel J. Schuller has been selected to the 2019 New York Rising Stars list. Schuller was also named to the list last year. Each year, no more than 2.5% of attorneys in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor.
When couples file for divorce in New York, they may feel overwhelmed while attempting to negotiate the terms of the divorce settlement. Whether couples are creating their own settlement through mediation or going through a traditional courtroom divorce, it is necessary to divide all marital property between spouses. In order to do so, however, it is critical to know what the different types of marital property are so that people can get everything they are entitled to in the divorce settlement.
New York residents may pay child support after they get divorced. Sometimes these payments may take up a large portion of a person's salary and in this situation, some people may realize they can't afford to make these payments each month. When this is the case, people need to know what they can do.
Have you ever thought about what will happen to you in the future if you become ill or are unable to speak for yourself? These are not pleasant things to think about, but it can be beneficial to start thinking about what types of care you may want. Through certain estate planning documents, you can outline your preferences and provide yourself and loved ones with peace of mind.