New York

Change to New York Power of Attorney Form

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Power of Attorney Form

Effective June 13, 2021, New York will be changing its statutory financial Power of Attorney form. The new statute is a significant improvement compared to the previous statutory power of of attorney law. The new New York Power of Attorney form is more simple than its predecessor and helps to ensure that it will be […]

Divorce

Estate Planning and Divorce in New Jersey

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Estate Planning and Divorce in NJ

Men and women who are contemplating a separation or divorce have unique needs. Some divorces are very friendly and you can still count on your soon-to-be ex, but in most other situations, you may find that you rethink many aspects of your life, including where you wish your assets to go should something happen and […]

Estate Planning

Change in Pennsylvania Power of Attorney Law

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Power of Attorney Law

Happy New Year! Effective January 1, 2015, under Act 95, Pennsylvania modified Chapter 56 of Title 20 of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, which deals with Powers of Attorney.  The amendment was made to try to better protect the Grantor of the powers. Under the new statute, a Pennsylvania Power of Attorney must be witnessed by […]