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August 2017 Archives

Durable power of attorney

Individuals living in New York are often concerned about protecting themselves in case they become incapacitated and are unable to make decisions regarding finances, medical care and living arrangements. One way of ensuring that one's rights and needs will be respected is to give a trusted friend or family member durable power of attorney.

Adding final arrangements into an estate plan

In some cases, New York residents fail to include their desires when it comes to final arrangements in their estate plans. In some of these cases, they trust their family members and loved ones to do the right thing. However, if a person is concerned that his or her family will not know what to do or the person has what may be considered an unusual request, those wishes need to be outlined in the estate plan.