Tim Holman Writes Article Featured in the Philadelphia Bar Association Probate and Trust Law Section February 2015 Newsletter

February 26, 2015

Tim Holman’s article, “Act 95: Pennsylvania’s New POA Law – A View From The Fiduciary Litigation Trenches,” was just published in the Philadelphia Bar Association Probate and Trust Law Section Newsletter.  The article discusses such issues as whether you will be immune or liable for accepting a Power of Attorney and following an Agent’s instructions, and whether you should draft your Power of Attorney documents to confer standing upon third persons to review an Agent’s conduct during the Principal’s lifetime.

To view the article, click on the following link and view pages 4 through 6:


You can also learn more about the new power of attorney act on March 3, 2015, at 12:30 p.m. at the Philadelphia Probate & Trust Law Section Quarterly Meeting, in a live seminar titled, “The New Pennsylvania Power of Attorney Statute:  What You Need to Know NOW,” at which Tim Holman will speak with Bradley D. Terebelo, Esq. of Heckscher Teillon Terrill & Sager, P.C., and Peter J. Johnson, Esq. of The Pennsylvania Trust Company.  To sign up for this seminar, click here.