Hand Sanitizer, Toilet Paper and… An Estate Plan?

By Jennifer L. Fulton, Esquire The recent coronavirus pandemic has all of us making our emergency preparedness list:  hand sanitizer, toilet paper, sanitizing wipes, etc.  But perhaps you haven’t thought of another important measure that should be in place, to protect you and your family:  a basic estate plan.  This can be done with social...
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What Is a Power of Attorney and Why Would I Want One?

We live in uncertain times.  Our GPS re-routes us for accidents during our commute.  There are rumors of epidemics that may impact our health.  According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 1 in 3 seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.  It is uncomfortable to think about moving from being healthy and in control of your...
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What’s All the Fuss about Trusts?

By Jennifer L. Fulton, Esquire A revocable living trust is part of a complete basic estate plan.  Once drafted, it also has to be funded. Why would anyone want to go to all that work?  The reason many attorneys favor including a revocable living trust is because, together with the other tools in a basic...
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Update: Minor Child Permitted To Relocate Out Of State to Reside With The Father After The Trial Court Granted A Motion For Rehearing In Favor Of The Father Who Received Litigation Support From Bresky Law

Following the trial court’s dismissal of his Second Supplemental Petition to Permit Relocation with Minor Child in a paternity action, the Father retained Bresky Law to draft a Motion for Rehearing to be filed by trial counsel. The trial court granted the Motion for Rehearing, which effectively undid the dismissal order. Following the granting of the...
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