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What You Need to Know—Six Months After Enactment

On July 2, 2014, Gov. Corbett signed into law Act 95 of 2014. This Act, drafted in response to Vine v. PSERB, 9 A.3d 1150 (Pa. 2010), made broad changes to the law governing Pennsylvania powers of attorney. Effective January 1, 2015, explore the changes and how the new statute has affected practice six months later.

Summary of Contents

  • Estate Planning Questionnaire
  • Checklist for Updating Your Power of Attorney (“POA”) Templates
  • Trust Modifications and Amendments by Agents
  • Vine vs. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania State Employee Retirement Board in a Nutshell
    Act 95
  • Act of Jul. 2, 2014, P.L. 855 No. 95 Chart of Effective Dates & Applicability
  • Powers of Attorney after Act 95
  • The Problems Not Solved by Act 95….and New Problems It Created
  • Sample of Durable Power of Attorney Drafted in Light of Act 95 (For Discussion Purposes Only)

Number of Pages: 122

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Product Date:
June 01, 2015
Pennsylvania's New Power of Attorney (Book Only)
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