What You Need to Know About New York’s New Power of Attorney Law

What You Need to Know About New York’s New Power of Attorney Law

Did you know that, on June 13, 2021, the New York Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney (POA) goes into effect? The new law brings significant changes to New York’s requirements for how to validly execute a POA as well as to the POA form itself.  While a POA validly executed prior to the new law going into effect...
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Tips on Caring for an Older American During the Pandemic

Tips on Caring for an Older American During the Pandemic

Did you know that 40% of Americans serve as the caretaker for an adult family member? Serving as a caretaker can be both a rewarding and a stressful role. This past year, living through a pandemic, has added some unique challenges for caretakers. If you are a caretaker, or know a caretaker, let us review some tips...
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5 Questions To Ask When Updating Your Estate Plan After Remarriage

5 Questions To Ask When Updating Your Estate Plan After Remarriage

Is it important to update your estate plan after remarriage?  Yes, even though it may not be the first thing you think about after remarrying, it can be important to update your estate plan as soon as possible after remarriage so that you can help ensure that your family, your assets, and your wishes may be...
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