3 Implications of the Connecticut Uniform Power of Attorney Act By Judith Heft

3 Implications of the Connecticut Uniform Power of Attorney Act

On October 1st, the State of Connecticut put in force a new law governing powers of attorney (POAs) called the  Connecticut Uniform Power of Attorney Act. The Act attempts to clarify certain things that were unclear under the prior law, but any powers of attorney made prior to its passage… Continue Reading..

Your Family Needs the Will to Survive

People don’t like to think about making a will, and I get it. Nobody wants to think about death. But consider for a moment some of the intangible aspects of life, like bonds between brothers, sisters, cousins, aunts and uncles. By not having a will in place, these things can… Continue Reading..

Case Study: The Dishonest Landlord

“We firmly believe and are prepared to subpoena witnesses and documents to prove these facts. I do not relish the thought of attempting to evict a 92 year old woman, however, based upon practical evidence as presented above, a reasonable trier of fact will make determination in favor of the lessor.”… Continue Reading..