Part of owning a business or real property is protecting your assets and your investments. But, more importantly, you need to protect yourself from potential personal liability. The Law Office of Michael E. Sliwinski, Esq. can assist in forming a DBA, Corporation, LLC or even file an assumed name for your business. We can also assist in preparing an Operating Agreement, By-Laws, Resolutions, Publication of your of your Corporation or LLC, obtaining a DBA Certificate or filing an Assumed Name for your existing business.
We have helped many business owners take this step toward peace of mind and we would love you to help you. Call today and we can have you up and running in as little as 24 to 48 hours.
As important as owning assets is knowing what happens to them and to your family once you pass away. A Last Will and Testament is absolutely one of the most important (and also most overlooked) documents you can own. If you own a home, have a spouse or children or own substantial assets, this is something we believe “you must” do. It is estimated that nearly 60% of adults in the United States die without a will. In the event that you pass without a valid Last Will and Testament, New York State determines how your assets are to be split among your heirs. Clearly, you want to have the right to say how you wish your assets are divided among your spouse, children, family and friends.
The Law Office of Michael E. Sliwinski, Esq. will sit down with you and go over your assets in detail and put together a Last Will and Testament that you will be comfortable and confident with. In addition to providing you with a Last Will and Testament, we can also provide the following documents:
Please call today to get this important and necessary process started. On the average, it takes our office approximately one to two weeks (depending on detail and complexity) to complete your will and related documents.
Owning rental property can be rewarding and frustrating at the same time, especially when you rent to the wrong tenant. If you do not desire your current tenant to remain in the property or if the tenant is late on rent, or if they have not paid at all, we can help with a formal notice and then proceed with an eviction in the appropriate court. The standard timeframes to have a petition drafted, filed with court and the tenant removed from the property can range from 10 days to 3 weeks. The sooner you can start the process the better.
We can also provide landlords with drafted lease agreements, thirty day and three day notices as well as draft a notice of petition for eviction and the actual petition for eviction.
Please call with questions to see how we can help you.