Contested Powers of Attorney in New York

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A power of attorney is a document that grants legal authority to another party (agent). By executing a power of attorney, an individual can give the agent the authority to make legal decisions on his/her behalf. These decisions can involve financial, health and property matters. The execution of a power of attorney, while often essential and useful, can carry risks. A power of attorney in the wrong hands can be abused through self-dealing, embezzlement and other mishandling of funds.

Contesting a Power of Attorney in New York

When you suspect that there has been abuse of a POA, it is vital that your matter is addressed by a skilled New York estate litigation lawyer from Novick & Associates, PC. As one of the premier estate litigation and estate planning law firms in New York, we have extensive experience in how to best take legal action when a power of attorney is being abused. We urge you to contact our firm at once. With over 30 years of experience in estate litigation, the firm can quickly assess the situation and advise you how to best move forward.

As the health and financial security of the individual can be seriously compromised when the power of attorney is misused, it is critical that legal action is undertaken immediately if there is any wrongdoing or illegal activity taking place. With 30 years of practice in this area of the law, attorney Donald Novick and his legal team have extensive experience litigating the issues of abuse and misuse of powers of attorney. We have litigated such abuse on the grounds of irregularity during the execution of the power of attorney, undue influence, incompetence and the misuse of authority granted in the power of attorney.

If you require assistance in a matter that involves the misuse of a power of attorney or the mishandling of an estate, please contact a New York estate litigation attorney from the firm today.

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