The "New" New York Power of Attorney – What all Attorneys Need to Know
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June 24, 2021
Westchester County Bar Association
Trusts & Estate
The Power of Attorney is one of the most important and versatile planning documents, but POAs are often drafted too simplistically, offering a false sense of security. Last revised in 2010, the law governing POAs has changed effective June 13, 2021. Learn about the new law, the new statutory form, the elimination of the Statutory Gifts Rider, and critical modifications.
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