A Power of Attorney is an important legal document that a person can use to appoint others to manage his or her personal affairs if he or she is unavailable or unable to act. Connecticut’s Power of Attorney laws are changing effective October 1, 2016, and we want to help our clients to be informed and prepared for these changes. Most importantly, don’t panic if you have executed a Power of Attorne
Everyone at Mead, Bromley and Bishop is proud of the firm's long history of serving clients from the greater Stamford area, and we look forward to a long future carrying on that legacy.
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Mead, Bromley & Bishop
41 Bank Street, Stamford, CT 06901
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