All posts in 'Durable power of attorney'

23Dec, 14

While most estate planning tends to focus on a person’s property, a comprehensive plan will include planning if you become disabled or incapacitated as a result of an accident, injury, disease or illness. Good incapacity planning will include the following “tools”: Revocable Living Trust. While this type of trust will hold your assets, a properly ... more

12Nov, 12

When choosing an attorney-in-fact for your Durable Power of Attorney concerning your property and financial matters, consider the following: Can this person legally act as your attorney-in-fact?  An attorney-in-fact must be at least 18 years old and have the mental capacity to make decisions. Is this person willing and able to serve?  Before you appoint ... more