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Illinois Laws Part 2

New Illinois Laws for 2016, Part 2: Guardianship & Health

By Jeffrey R. Gottlieb |

Last week I introduced six new Illinois laws for 2016 related to probate, trusts and estate planning. This week I will provide short summaries of eight new Illinois laws that relate to guardianship, health care and elder law matters. In all, last year the Illinois legislature passed 237 new laws. For a summary in… Read More »

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Illinois Power of Attorney for Health Care Tweaked for 2016

By Jeffrey R. Gottlieb |

One year ago I wrote about how the statutory Illinois Power of Attorney for Health Care (“PAH”) underwent a complete makeover starting in 2015. I know a lot of people were interested in this because it was one of my most popular posts over the last year. Thankfully, we don’t have another complete makeover… Read More »

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Illinois Power of Attorney for Health Care Gets Makeover in 2015

By Jeffrey R. Gottlieb |

It seems like just yesterday that I was revising our forms and explaining the brand-new ‘Illinois Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney for Health Care’ (“PAH”). Three years goes by quickly. Apparently, the legislature had second thoughts about the July 2011 rewrite because they’ve yet again rewritten the Illinois statutory form PAH. On August… Read More »