What happens to your children if both you and your spouse die? Who will take care of them? How will they be provided for? These questions are why it is critical for parents of minor children to have a will – it is how you can make these decisions for your family. In your […]
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We are proud to announce the expansion of our firm into Connecticut. With an office now in Darien, CT, MMPS is fully licensed and ready to provide our expertise in Real Estate, Trusts & Estates, Creditors’ Rights and Corporate Law to our clients in Connecticut. MMPS’ footprint now covers the entire Tri-State area of New […]
For first time homebuyers, navigating the New York City housing market can be a challenge. Beyond finding the right home at the right price, buyers also have to weigh the differences and nuances of buying a Co-Op (also known as a Cooperative) versus a Condominium. Physically, a one-bedroom unit in a Co-Op and a one-bedroom […]
“Creditors have better memories than debtors.” — Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard’s Almanac (1758)
Before engaging a collections law firm to pursue an outstanding debt, any creditor must understand who owes the debt and who should be pursued to recover the obligation. In a nutshell: Does a consumer or business entity owe the money? If you or your lawyer do not understand the differences on how to pursue the […]