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There are many factors to contemplate when considering a divorce. At J&G Law, we will help you navigate change with compassion.  We prepared these divorce tips to help you understand some key factors that need to be considered as you start the divorce process. These divorce tips will help you be aware of the impact a divorce will…

New Law Allows Termination of Lease After Death On November 17, 2023, New York Governor Hochul signed a law that allows residential leases to be terminated upon the death of the tenant. Until now, the estate of the deceased tenant remained liable to the landlord for the entire remaining term of the lease. The stated…

Governor Hochul’s Pro-Housing Community Program The past few years have been a rocky time for the housing market in the Hudson Valley, to say the least. With this year’s record high interest rates for mortgages and homes still listed at double or triple what they last sold for, the market doesn’t seem to be offering…

What the New York State Climate Leadership Community Protection Act means for New Yorkers:  Insights from an Attorney   The New York State Climate Leadership Community Protection Act (CLCPA) adopted in 2019 represents a concerted effort by the New York legislature to combat the effects of climate change. The purpose of the CLCPA is to…

New Disclosure Requirements Are Coming for Company Ownership If you have a corporation or limited liability company, or plan to open a new one, you must be aware of new federal regulations that impose reporting requirements beginning in 2024. These regulations will require disclosure of the beneficial owners of the entity, that is, those individuals…

Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) As a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, ERAP was created by the New York State Legislature and implemented June 1, 2021. Tenants were allowed to apply for relief from past-due rent which accumulated on or after March 13, 2020. As of January 11, 2023, the program announced some important changes…

Not-for-Profit Corporation Law Modernization Act:  2022 Amendments   Background In November 2022, Governor Hochul signed the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law (N-PCL) Modernization Act into law. The purpose of this law, as indicated in the bills passed by the state legislature earlier this year, is to “align [not-for-profit corporation law] with current industry practices related to board…

New York Paid Family Leave Law:  Updated Guidance for 2023 Paid Family Leave (“PFL”): Overview and Qualifying Events The New York Paid Family Leave (“PFL”) Law first went into effect in 2018 with the goal of supporting working families by providing them with economic security to care for their loved ones. PFL is funded by…

5 Things To Know About Social Security Increases What the Upcoming Social Security Increase means for those who Collect. Starting in January, 2023, recipients of Social Security can expect to see an 8.7% increase in benefits. This is one of the largest increases since 1982. This increase comes as part of the cost-of-living increase and…

NEW YORK LAWS TARGET HUMAN TRAFFICKING Your business may be among those affected by recent state legislation enacted to combat human trafficking. If you hold a license from the New York State Liquor Authority to sell alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption, operate a lodging facility, or a truck stop, this will be of concern to…

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