Disclosure Allowing Full Commissions for Attorney-Executor (NY) | Practical Law

Disclosure Allowing Full Commissions for Attorney-Executor (NY) | Practical Law

An acknowledgment of disclosure, also known as a 2307-a affidavit or a disclosure acknowledgment, for use with a will that appoints the drafting attorney as executor in New York. This acknowledgment is required in New York for an attorney who drafted a will or an affiliated attorney to receive full commissions for services rendered as executor. This Standard Document has integrated notes with important explanations and drafting tips.

Disclosure Allowing Full Commissions for Attorney-Executor (NY)

Practical Law Standard Document w-001-4720 (Approx. 6 pages)

Disclosure Allowing Full Commissions for Attorney-Executor (NY)

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An acknowledgment of disclosure, also known as a 2307-a affidavit or a disclosure acknowledgment, for use with a will that appoints the drafting attorney as executor in New York. This acknowledgment is required in New York for an attorney who drafted a will or an affiliated attorney to receive full commissions for services rendered as executor. This Standard Document has integrated notes with important explanations and drafting tips.