Marc H. Glick, Attorney at Law
Marc Glick has a law practice in New York (NY)
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Qualification & Experience
- Georgia (GA) 1974
- New York (NY) 1982
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Territory of Practice
New York: New York
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... a Partner at Helwig, Henderson, Ryan, LaMagna and Spinola, LLP, practicing Elder Law/Probate/Disability/Wills, Trusts and Estates, Health Care Regulatory, Medicare Appeals, Social Security and General Legal practice in both New York and Connecticut.
How to Avoid an Estate Battle After You Die
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Long before death, when a will is filed and takes effect, people can put their assets into a revocable trust. They still have access to the money during their lifetime and can keep those assets out of the probate process. The trust could also act as a ...
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OTTAWA — Canada Mortgage & Housing Corp., which insures $563 billion of mortgages, named former Bank of New York Mellon Corp. CEO Robert Kelly chairman last month amid ... Current members include Anne MacDonald, the solicitor who helped manage real ...
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- Revocation of Will
- A will or any part of it may be revoked or altered by:
a new will; an act of burning, tearing, cutting, cancellation, obliteration, or other mutilation or destruction performed by the testator (the person signing a will), or another person at testator's direction; a document called a Revocation of a will.
The revocation of a will revokes all codicils … Full Definition »
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