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  • Legacy "Dynasty" Trusts & Divorce

    Posted By Eiges & Orgel, PLLC || 5-Nov-2013

    Parties to a marriage set up Legacy trusts in order to be able to avoid the claims of creditors avoid estate and gift taxes. These trusts can run in perpetuity in certain states such as South Dakota. These trusts require technical expertise to set up. One party to a marriage may be more sophisticated and take charge in setting up the trust. The other party to the marriage may not understand the ...
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  • New York Divorce Resources & Forms

    Posted By Eiges & Orgel, PLLC || 10-Oct-2013

    The divorce process can be a difficult personal experience. It is also a challenging legal process. As with any legal venture, pursuing a divorce or any other family law action should be done with the assistance of an experienced attorney. At Eiges & Orgel, PLLC, our New York City divorce lawyers make it a point to closely work with our clients and to guide them through each step of their ...
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  • What to Look For in a New York Divorce Attorney

    Posted By Eiges & Orgel, PLLC || 2-Oct-2013

    At Eiges & Orgel, PLLC, we know that local residents have many choices for representation. We do feel, however, that our legal team and the services we provide can make a real, profound difference in the legal experiences of our clients and the outcomes of their cases. As any family law and divorce proceeding can have a long-term impact on your personal well-being, considering who you choose ...
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  • Attorney Ken Eiges Represents Bode Miller's Former Girlfriend in Bi-Coastal Custody Battle

    Posted By Eiges & Orgel, PLLC || 15-May-2013

    Represented by Attorney Ken Eiges, Bode Miller's ex-girlfriend will fight for custody of her 3-month-old son with the Olympic skier. According to news sources, Miller wanted to conduct the custody battle in California, instead of New York, where the child and his mother currently live. The skier's attorney said that "New York is an inconvenient forum." Miller married his current ...
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  • UCCJEA, Full Faith and Credit and DOMA

    Posted By Eiges & Orgel PLLC || 1-May-2013

    The Full Faith and Credit Clause in Article IV of the United States Constitution is invoked primarily to enforce judgments. The clause states "Full Faith and Credit shall be given in each State to the public act, Record, and judicial Proceeding of every other State. And the Congress may by general Laws prescribe the Manner in which such Acts, records and Proceeding shall be proved and the ...
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