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A Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare Decisions (also known as a “Living Will”) authorizes your agent to make decisions about your care when you are unable to do so.  One of the most important sections of this form pertains to the ability to withdraw “life sustaining treatment”. Many...

Special Administrators Assets which are not subject to probate administration are referred to as “non-probate assets”.  Examples include life insurance, joint bank accounts, and payable on death accounts.  In each of these examples, the contract with the institution (and not the Decedent’s...