What is a Self -Proving Affidavit?

By: Barton P. Levine, Esq.

Category: Estate Planning

You may have never heard of a self-proving affidavit, but for some, it’s an important sworn statement that’s typically attached to a will. It’s signed by the person who made the will, along with any...

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National Estate Planning Week

By: Barton P. Levine, Esq.

Category: Estate Planning

Did you know the third week of October is Estate Planning Week? It’s a great time to remind ourselves the importance of proper estate planning and what it can mean in the long run. For...

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Parenting Grandkids in Retirement

By: Barton P. Levine, Esq.

Category: Uncategorized

Across the United States, there are now 8 million children who are living in homes where parenting grandparents do the best they can as their caretakers. AARP calls these families “grandfamilies.” They have full and...

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Domestic Violence in Later Life

By: Barton P. Levine, Esq.

Category: Elder Law

The huge domestic violence scandal that continues to rock the NFL, courtesy of Ray Rice’s brutal abuse against his now-wife Janay Palmer Rice, has brought to the forefront this atrocious crime. There are a number...

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