Helpful Resources for Executing Documents During Pandemic

EDITOR’S NOTE: Many estate planners are grappling with how to execute documents without an in-person client meeting and yet still have them considered valid.  This article helps shed some light on this issue.  Thank you to attorney, Susan K., for passing along this fantastic article to us. Application of the Harmless Error Doctrine in California and Beyond By Jessica Uzcategui of Sacks, Glazier, Franklin & Lodise, LLP THE HARMLESS ERROR DOCTRINE The traditional definition of a “will” is changing. Historically, courts insisted on strict compliance with will formalities. In California, this meant that a will had to be signed by…