What happens if someone dies where they don't live? What if they have more than one "home"? Or, as lawyers would say, what's the difference between your residence and your domicile?
Pennsylvania law regarding powers of attorney (POAs) changed in 2015. Here are a few thoughts on using POAs and what to expect.
Kevin F. Danyi is newly certified as an Accredited Estate Planner® (AEP®) designee by the National Association of Estate Planners & Councils (NAEPC). His office is in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Fun Law Fact of the Day: An executor of a Pennsylvania estate is personally liable for handling the estate properly. This includes tax issues, no matter how complex.
Does your POA or Healthcare Power of Attorney contain a HIPAA authorization for your agent?
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