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Subject Area: Wills, Trusts, Estates and Estate Planning

It had been my standard practice to advise clients who were preparing their Wills that, as long as they had a responsible, capable, spouse or child available to act as …

A little known, and little used, authority given to persons acting under a Power of Attorney is the authority given under sections 37 and 38 of the Substitute Decisions Act

Reminder: this series of blog posts assumes the deceased died with a Will. Also, keep in mind that the normal caveat applies: this information only applies to estates administered in

One of the questions I am asked more and more frequently in my estates practice is how to handle pets that may be left behind when a client dies. Some …

There is a common misconception among those not trained in the law that a person appointed under a Power of Attorney to take care of your financial affairs when you …

Reminder: this series of blog posts assumes the deceased died with a Will. Also, keep in mind that the normal caveat applies: this information only applies to estates administered in

Reminder: this series of blog posts assumes the deceased died with a Will. Also, keep in mind that the normal caveat applies: this information only applies to estates administered in

I previously described what an individual may charge for work performed as an Attorney of another under a Continuing Power of Attorney for Property. I will here describe what an …

Persons who are acting under a Power of Attorney for another, whether it be a Continuing Power of Attorney for Property and/or a Power of Attorney for Personal Care, often …

Reminder: this series of blog posts assumes the deceased died with a Will. Also, keep in mind that the normal caveat applies: this information only applies to estates administered in

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