Archive for the Power of Attorney Category

Pennsylvania Approves Temporary Remote Notarization Due to the State of Emergency

Pennsylvania Approves Temporary Remote Notarization Due to the State of Emergency

Due to the potentially fatal nature of the coronavirus, trust and estate attorneys have been inundated with requests to provide clients with estate planning documents, including Wills, Financial and Medical Powers of Attorney and Living Wills/Advanced Directives. However, in the age of physical and social distancing, it has been difficult for attorneys to meet with their clients. For example, many seniors, especially those with medical conditions, are complying with stay-at-home orders and are limiting their exposure to other people. Some clients are in nursing homes where no visitors are allowed.

Read more

How can I Sign My Will And Maintain Coronavirus Distancing?

How can I Sign My Will And Maintain Coronavirus Distancing?

During the Coronavirus outbreak, many of you are at home and have the rare opportunity to devote time to updating your will and estate planning.  The Coronavirus health impact has reminded us all of our fragility and the need to have a plan in place.  However, I am sure […]

Read more

Is Your Will Still Valid When You Move To Pennsylvania?

There are many changes you must make when you move to a new state.  You have to update your driver’s license, voter registration and, yes, you have to update your last will and testament. While your will should still technically be valid when you move to Pennsylvania, […]

Read more