Recently, the federal estate tax has been popping up in headlines. While not usually subject to such buzz, the federal estate tax can have important implications for many Americans. Did you know that there are proposed changes that would significantly reduce the federal estate Continue reading
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 Continue reading
Do estate planning attorneys and elder law attorneys practice the same type of law? Estate planning typically involves end of life planning for the disposition of assets. Thus, many people are under the assumption that elder law, because it addresses people in the later years of Continue reading
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, Continue reading
This May we will be celebrating National Elder Law Month. Our goal, as elder law attorneys, is to ensure that all of our clients and their loved ones can find and gain access to the right long-term care for them. Finding long-term care, however, is just one part of the equation. Continue reading