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How to select a criminal lawyer

Sep 5th, 2016 | By
NY Criminal Attorney

THINGS TO THINK ABOUT BEFORE SELECTING A CRIMINAL LAWYER Being faced with a criminal charge is without a doubt a stressful experience, to say the least. The first thing one needs to be aware of is that you have the right to counsel from the start. This opportunity should be immediately taken advantage of, as

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Trademarks 101 – Getting yours in Albany NY

Nov 14th, 2015 | By
Your Upstate NY Lawyer for business start-up and legal contract drafting

We’ve all seen the little “TM” symbol near names of commercial products but what does it actually mean? The “TM” stands for “trademark” which, according to the United States Patent & Trademark Office, is a word, phrase, symbol or design, or a combination of words phrases, symbols pr designs, that identifies and distinguishes the source of the goods of one party from those others.



Criminal Lawyer Brunswick NY

Nov 9th, 2015 | By
Brunswick NY Court

Getting a Criminal Charge in Brunswick Town Court NY Brunswick Town Court is located within Rensselaer County, NY. If charged with a criminal offense, the Rensselaer County District Attorney’s Office prosecute said charges. Being faced with a criminal charge is not something to take lightly. Once charged, it is very important to be proactive in

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What to DO, when you SUE. (Part 1)

Mar 12th, 2015 | By
Affordable Criminal Law Attorney in Albany, NY

Often people will enter into an agreement or business transaction and things just don’t work out. In the end, one or both parties may feel entitled to some sort of retribution, which usually comes down to money.



You are never too young to have a will

Mar 10th, 2015 | By
Affordable Criminal Law Attorney in Albany, NY

When deciding to create a will, a person does not have to be in their “Golden Years” to do so. In fact, the earlier a person puts a will in place, the better off they will be in terms of the overall security of their family’s best interest. This article can help you get started.



Adding a Codicil to your Will

Mar 7th, 2015 | By
Legal Wills - What you need to know, by Martin Carbone, Wynantskill, NY & Schenectady, NY

Once people already have their Wills in place, they often find themselves in a position where they want to change or add a particular provision. The easiest way to go about adding a new stipulation to one’s Will is to draft a Codicil.



Before it’s Too Late, consider a LifeEstate

Feb 22nd, 2015 | By
Legal Wills - What you need to know, by Martin Carbone, Wynantskill, NY & Schenectady, NY

During their lifetime, people acquire many assets. These assets often include real property such as houses and land. They also may have a large amount of cash in savings accounts and CD’s, as well as stocks and bonds. If a person becomes ill and cannot provide for him or herself, they may need to be placed in an assisted living program. When this happen, your assets may not be safe, no matter how many or few you have.



Un-Pleading Guilty to a Traffic Ticket

Dec 4th, 2014 | By
Legal Knowledge, by Marty Carbone, Traffic Lawyer in Lake George, NY

When one gets a traffic ticket, it would appear that the easiest way to deal with it would be to simply plead guilty and mail it back to the court. More often than not, however, this type of lackadaisical attitude proves to be detrimental down the road.



How to File for Custody in Family Court

Sep 14th, 2011 | By

Dealing with a family court matter can be one of the most stressful experiences a person may face. More than any other court, family court involves all sorts of emotions stemming from a plethora of different angles. When faced with a family court issue such as custody, neglect or family offense, the first thing one

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Don’t Ignore a Seatbelt Ticket

Aug 9th, 2011 | By

Most everyone knows the slogan “click it or ticket.” Getting a ticket for not wearing a seatbelt may seem like a minor infraction but could in fact come back to haunt you down the road, no pun intended. In New York, a seatbelt infraction does not carry any points but does impose a fine. It

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