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I'm Sarah Barrett from New York and my law practice experience covers a variety of domains.

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  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • New York Attorney
  • School of Law
  • Law Awards 2020
  • Super Lawyers 2019
  • Pro Bono Award 2019
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Estate Planning is a very general term to describe every aspect of planning for the future. A comprehensive Estate Plan involves wills, general trusts, special
Probate is a legal action to determine what should be done with the property, both real and personal, of a person who passed away. There
The financial abuse of a vulnerable elderly or incapacitated person by another person who is in a position of trust and confidence to the vulnerable
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A Will is a legal document that does not become effective until after the person who executed it dies and their survivors file a probate
Trusts are an excellent alternative to a Will in planning for the distribution of your belongings and property after you pass and to give certain
Trust litigation normally involves one of two different issues.  Either the trustor was not mentally competent to create a trust when they did or the
A Special Needs Trust is very similar to any other trust.  Also known as a Supplemental Needs Trust, the big difference is that the trust
Guardianships come in many different types. Oklahoma law allows for general and limited guardianship for both minors and adults. Each have different requirements. In addition,
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A special needs trust is set up for a person with special needs to supplement any benefits that person may receive from government programs. A properly drafted special needs trust will allow the beneficiary to receive government benefits while still...

What’s a Special Needs Trust For?

As your child prepares for the exciting journey of college life, don't forget to equip them with the necessary paperwork. These essential documents ensure their safety, privacy, and well-being during their college years.

Essential Papers Every College-Bound Student Should Have

There are nearly one million U.S. households in which an adult with intellectual or developmental disabilities is living with caregivers 60 or older. Nationwide, half of caregivers are older than 50, and 10% are 75 or older. According to a...

The Benefits of Special Needs Trusts

Have you ever considered what happens to your digital assets when you pass away? It's crucial to understand the importance of including your digital assets in your estate plan, just like creating a will or trust.

Safeguard Your Digital Legacy

Undue Influence is when someone pressures another in such a way that the person being influenced is not acting by their own free will; they are being coerced into taking a certain action.

What is Undue Influence?

Between work, school and after-school activities, young families have a lot on their plates. And new parents are occupied with diapers, feeding schedules and getting a good night’s sleep. It’s hard to think about the future when you’re so focused...

Why Young Families Should Consider an Estate Plan


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