POWERS OF ATTORNEY
Every adult should execute a power of attorney to a spouse, trusted family member, or a friend. If you become incompetent and do not have a power of attorney, no one will be able to manage your financial or legal affairs.

New York revised its power of attorney statute twice in the last decade. The current statutory power of attorney is a complex document, and a well drafted power of attorney will go well beyond the basic form by adding enhancements and necessary powers not contained in the basic statutory form.

Selecting the right agent to act on your behalf is critical. Our firm can guide you in the process and counsel you and your agent on their obligations and responsibilities.

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RICHARD A. KROLL
ATTORNEY

Richard A. Kroll, Esq. has an active practice in the area of Estate Planning, Trusts, and Probate. He is a member of the...

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CAROLYN A. REARDON
ATTORNEY

Private practice in Rochester, New York with the Kroll Law Firm since 2007, a group practice in Brighton, New York with emphasis on...

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MARCUS W. KROLL
ATTORNEY

Marcus's practice involves estate planning for all families, including LGBT couples, second marriages, and families who have members with...

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