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“Free to Drive” in New York: What it Means, and What it Doesn’t

Launched in September of 2019, the “Free to Drive” campaign aims to end the suspension of motorists’ licenses based on inability to pay the fines and other court fees associated with being convicted of a traffic infraction. Such suspensions, which are designed to motivate drivers to pay such fees, are often self-defeating because motorists who …

NY Surrogate’s Court Allowing COVID-19 Related Estate Filings

On Friday, May 15, 2020, the Chief Administrative Judge announced that beginning Monday, May 18, 2020, matters in which an individual passed away due to COVID-19 causes are essential proceedings that may be filed in the Surrogate’s Court. This change will now allow attorneys to start assisting Clients to file estate proceedings and begin the process …

Juvenile Crimes & Prosecution in New York State

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the “Raise the Age” legislation into law in April 2019. Basically, it means that juveniles aged sixteen and seventeen will be prosecuted in Family Courts in New York instead of Criminal Courts. Starting October 1, 2019 sixteen and seventeen year olds, for the majority of arrests, will have their …

Important Reopening Information

After 11 weeks of New York State on PAUSE, the Law Offices of Larkin Ingrassia, LLP reopened our offices located at 356 Meadow Ave. Newburgh, NY, 626 East Main St. Middletown, NY and 233 Fair St. Kingston, NY on Tuesday, June 9, 2020 when the Hudson Valley Region began Phase 2 of New York Forward.

Until further notice we will be implementing safety measures in order to protect clients, vendors, visitors and our employees.