Tag Archives: Power of Attorney

Coordinating Clients’ POAs, Advanced Directives and Wills and Trusts

Attorney Charles B. HadadChuck Hadad, Chair of the Estates and Trusts Group, will instruct the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s continuing legal education program, Coordinating Clients’ POAs, Advanced Directives and Wills and Trusts on October 16, 2017 at the PBI Professional Development Conference Center in …

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Healthcare Power of Attorney MUST Be on Your College Checklist

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Do You Have Healthcare and Financial Powers of Attorney for Your College Student?

If you are one of the many parents making preparations to send a son or daughter off to college in the next few weeks, you probably have …

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One Critical Document Every College Student Should Have

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 Original post by Christine Gipko, The Musuneggi Financial Group

As many of you know, earlier this year our Vice President of Operations, Rosalind Frazier, was devoted to caring for her daughter, Alex, after Alex was seriously injured in a car

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Drafting a Last Minute Estate Plan for the Sick or Dying Client

PBI LogoCharles Hadad, Head of the Estates and Trusts Practice Group, will instruct the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s course, Drafting a Last Minute Estate Plan for the Sick or Dying Client. The program will be held from 9:00 a.m. until …

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4 Reasons Why You Need An Estate Plan

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Many people believe that estate planning services are needed only by those who are very wealthy…and/or older. Many others know they should have a plan in place and fully intend to get around to it…eventually. The fact is, the time …

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Important Changes To Pennsylvania’s Power of Attorney Law Could Affect Your Estate Plan

Person signing power of attorneyPennsylvania has updated its Power of Attorney Act, effective January 1, 2015.

One of the major changes was the execution of Powers of Attorney (POAs).  For example, when you sign your POA, it must be witnessed by two people and …

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