Your Most Common Questions About Living Wills Answered

What is a living will and when will I need one? It’s a question we’re often asked, here at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford P.C. A living will is a legally binding document that outlines your personal wishes for end-of-life medical treatment. Simply put, a living will helps ensure that your wishes are upheld if […]

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Wills and Powers of Attorney

By Jay C. Glickman, Esquire People frequently confuse Wills and Powers of Attorney. Very simply, a Will is the document that takes effect when someone dies. It names an Executor. A business and financial Power of Attorney is the document that appoints and authorizes your Agent to take care of business and financial matters for […]

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Top Three Reasons to Write a Will Now

It’s often stated that there are only two certainties in life – death and taxes. While death is inevitable for all of us, most of us shy away from thinking about this gloomy topic. As a result, the majority of us will pass on before making any type of preparations for our families. If you’re […]

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My Parent Gave Me Power of Attorney. Now What?

By: John H. Filice, Esquire A General Durable Power of Attorney grants an individual the power to handle another person’s finances and business. Often, an elderly parent grants this power to one or more of her adult children. Once a person accepts the responsibility of acting as agent under a power of attorney, the law […]

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