When a person turns 18 in New York, the law presumes that the individual is competent to make important life discussions. In other words, a person is not allowed to make medical, financial or personal choices on behalf of an "of age" individual. However, what happens if a legal adult is incapable of making life decisions without assistance? Is there a legal remedy for those in need?
On Wednesday, October 28, Westchester elder law attorneys Anthony J. Enea and Sara E. Meyers of Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP will lecture on retirement planning at the New York State Bar Association's (NYSBA) 2015 Fall Meeting of the Senior Lawyers Section.