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Category: Estate Planning


Getting Your Signature Notarized Remotely and an Update on Durable Power of Attorney Legislation

As the COVID 19 pandemic drags on, we all have had to adjust to doing routine tasks online rather than in person. When it comes to legal documents, one of those tasks is getting a…

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Legal Update: Durable Powers of Attorney: The Not So Merry-Go-Round 2020 Version

As of this writing, the New York State legislature has passed a bill to revise the statutory short form power of attorney yet again.  It only awaits the governor’s signature to…

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Planning your Estate during the Coronavirus

When Bad Things Are Good Reminders As we venture into uncertain times around COVID-19, it may have caused you to realize that you either have not done your estate planning…

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New year, new exemptions: It’s the perfect time to review and update your estate plan

You may have had the foresight to create an estate plan to ensure that your assets are distributed the way you want them to be after you are gone. However, each new year brings…

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Tully Rinckey PLLC Hosts CLE March 28

Tully Rinckey PLLC Partner Jennifer Corcoran, Esq. presents a free continuing legal education (CLE) course on administering a decedent’s estate Wednesday, March 28, 2018 from 6…

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Tully Rinckey PLLC Hosts “Strategies for Success” March 22

Tully Rinckey PLLC is hosting “Strategies for Success,” an estate planning workshop, on Thursday, March 22, 2018 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at its Albany, NY office, located at…

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Estate Planning after a Divorce

Though a divorce can be a difficult time in your life, it is always important to think ahead about your future and this new phase in your life. After the dust settles from the…

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Tips for Executing a Will; Causa Mortis Gift Requirements

Legal Chat: Deathbed gifts If a friend gives me her jewelry on her deathbed, does that count as a valid gift that I can keep? A gift given when someone confronts his own mortality…

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Contest a Will: a Challenging Process

By Greg T. Rinckey Q: Shortly before my father passed away, my sister talked him into leaving me out of a trust he initially created for both of us. What can I do so I don’t…

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