Jennifer Abelaj comments on virtual wills and other vital documents

Jennifer Abelaj comments on virtual wills and other vital documents

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Jennifer Abelaj, Trusts & Estates Law, Attorney, DHC, Davidoff Hutcher & Citron, NYC, New York City

April 17, 2020 – DHC’s Trusts and Estates Senior Counsel Jennifer Abelaj spoke with MarketWatch about creating or updating wills, power of attorney, and other directives while filing remotely. Many people are choosing to update now, and some states, including New York, are allowing virtual witnessing of paperwork. Abelaj also suggested being cautious about using online documents, which almost always contain mistakes.