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The Intestate Farmer in the Dell

Many people die without a will (“intestate”) because they frankly see no reason for having one. The attitude is “everything I have will go to my husband/wife and kids, which is what I want anyway, so I don’t need a will.” Here is a cautionary tale of where that can...

Taking Your Secrets to the Grave?

There is no question that online banking, electronic bill payment and personal finance software make our lives easier. But if our heirs cannot access those technologies that we use on a regular basis, the advantages we find in using our online resources could be lost....

New Power of Attorney Law in New York State

A Power of Attorney is a frequently used and effective document in the areas of estate and elder law planning. When a Power of Attorney is signed, the principal is authorizing another individual, or agent, to act on his or her behalf. A Power of Attorney may be...
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