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Does My College Student Need a Health Care Proxy and Power of Attorney?

In New York State when a person reaches age 18, typically high school graduation age, that person is now considered an adult. This means that parents are no longer given access to their children’s financial, health and school records, without the consent of their now adult child. For this reason it is essential for parents to advise their children to sign a health care proxy and a power of attorney, before dropping them off on campus.

FAA Makes Big Change to Drone ID Law

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a new rule in the Federal Register requiring small drone owners to display the FAA-issued registration number...

The Effect of Divorce on Your Estate Plan

The ensuing months after the holiday season usually see an uptick in divorce filings. Some matrimonial practitioners even refer to the first Monday after New...