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Considering Solar? Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature have made solar growth a priority in New York State by offering attractive incentive packages for individuals, businesses and utility scale solar providers.  In February, 2017, Governor Cuomo announced that state supported solar power in New York had increased nearly 800% from December, 2011…

  Allison G. Cappella, Esq. of Jacobowitz & Gubits Graduates Leadership Orange Class of 2017 The law firm of J&G, LLP (J&G) is pleased to announce that Allison G. Cappello, Esq. has graduated from the Leadership Orange “High Rollers” Class of 2017.  Allison Cappella, Esq., is an associate attorney with J&G, practicing in the areas…

David B. Gubits of J&G Receives Fifty-Year Service Award  Honored by Orange County Bar Association   The Orange County Bar Association held its 106th Annual Awards and Business Dinner Meeting on May 4, 2017, at Falkirk Estate and Country Club in Central Valley, New York.  At this event, David B. Gubits, a partner on the…

Exiting Unfavorable Contracts We work with someone that designs, manufactures and distributes certain goods internationally. Under prior management, they entered into an unfavorable contract granting to a particular company exclusive distribution rights in a very lucrative foreign territory. There was no minimum sales requirement. The contract also stated that it could be terminated only upon the…

Estate Planning for the Non-US Citizen Spouse:   Transfers of Assets from a Deceased Spouse at Death. At death, assets you leave to a surviving spouse who is a United States citizen are not subject to federal estate tax. This is true notwithstanding how much the assets are worth. Lawyers and accountants call this rule…

Can You Cancel the New York Durable Power of Attorney? A durable power of attorney is a document by which you give to another person (your “agent”) the authority to take legal and financial actions for you, on your behalf. Powers of attorney are commonly used in elder law and estate planning to enable children…

  MY VIEW by John C. Cappello   “Whatsoever you have done unto the least of my sisters and brothers you have done it  onto me.”  In the Hudson Valley we are blessed to have a number of nonprofit organizations working to help feed, clothe, shelter and provide a hand up to our sisters, brothers…

How Second Marriages Can Affect Your Estate Planning As a long time estate planning and elder law attorney, my clients have gone from mostly married couples at the beginning of my practice to a varied array of combinations of people who wish to provide for each other and their families. Often, I now see couples…

Planning for Business Succession and Exit Congratulations on successfully building and growing your business. The odds were against you surviving more than 5 years[1], but you beat the odds. Have your thoughts now turned to retirement? Or cashing out? Planning for business succession and exit successfully will require as much planning as growing it. Business…

HAPPY WORLD WETLANDS DAY! February 2nd is not only Groundhog Day, it is also World Wetlands Day. This is fitting since the existence of fresh water wetlands are vital for the survival of so many species, including groundhogs (and human beings, for that matter). Wetlands are land areas saturated or flooded with water, either permanently…

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