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When Do I Need a Power of Attorney in New York?

When Do I Need a Power of Attorney in New York? Nobody knows what the future holds, and life circumstances can change in an instant. Unfortunate events such as an accident or illness can lead to a debilitating injury and cause someone to become incapacitated. That is why it is helpful to document your wishes Read More

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What Should Be Included in an Estate Plan in New York?

What Should Be Included in an Estate Plan in New York? Estate planning is the process of arranging, in advance, the management and disbursement of a person’s estate during that person’s life (if he or she becomes incapacitated) and after death. You may not think you have an “estate,” but your estate is made up Read More

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What Should Be Included in My Will?

What Should Be Included in My Will? While no one likes to think about what will happen when they die, the importance of creating a last will and testament cannot be overstated. A will is a document that legally establishes what you want to occur in the event of your death, including the division of Read More

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Family Healthcare Decision Act In The Absence Of A Healthcare Proxy

Family Healthcare Decision Act In The Absence Of A Healthcare Proxy When an elderly person is unable to manage his or her finances, daily necessities, and medical treatment, but refuses to execute a power of attorney or health care proxy to appoint an agent to assist him or her, a guardianship proceeding may be necessary. Read More

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Make Sure You Have A HIPAA Release Form

Make Sure You Have A HIPAA Release Form Oftentimes, loved ones will have a difficult time accessing an elderly person’s medical information relating to any condition that he or she may have. A health care proxy designates an agent to act on someone’s behalf in the event he or she becomes incapacitated and is unable Read More

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Can You Successfully Contest A Will?

Can You Successfully Contest A Will? On behalf of Marcel Sager of Goldberg Sager & Associates posted in Probate Litigation on Saturday, February 3, 2018. If you are an heir listed on someone else’s will, you may have previously been told a little bit about what to expect. If not, there is a chance that your loved one made important decisions Read More

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Family Healthcare Decision Act in the Absence of a Healthcare Proxy

When an elderly person is unable to manage his or her finances, daily necessities, and medical treatment, but refuses to execute a power of attorney or health care proxy to appoint an agent to assist him or her, a guardianship proceeding may be necessary. However, in regard to health decisions where there is no health Read More

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What Types of Wills Do NY Courts Recognize as Valid?

What Types of Wills Do NY Courts Recognize as Valid? A Brooklyn wills attorney can help ensure you comply with all legal requirements to create a valid will. The most common type of will is in writing and signed by the testator (person making the will), using his or her own name or is signed Read More

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What Legal Instruments Assist You with Elder Care Planning?

What Legal Instruments Assist You with Elder Care Planning? Elder care involves planning for long-term care and putting decisions in place in the event that you reach a point when you can no longer manage your own affairs or make decisions about health care. An experienced elder law attorney can help you consider options and Read More

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