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Naomi Becker Collier Quoted in Article on the Do's and Don'ts of Safe Deposit Boxes


Naomi Becker Collier, a partner in the Trusts and Estates & Elder Law practice quoted in AARP article, “Do's and Don'ts of Safe Deposit Boxes.” The article explains how to select, how to insure, and what to store when purchasing a safe deposit box.

Valuables such as jewelry or collectibles items should be stored in a safe deposit box only if they are insured, says Naomi Becker Collier, an attorney specializing in trust and estate planning.

If you've appointed someone as your financial power of attorney, that person can access the box at any time, according to Collier, the attorney. However, a power of attorney is no longer valid once you die.

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