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Category: Powers of Attorney

Estate Planning for Divorced Families

Divorce is not easy. Along with the vast amount of change you go through is managing your estate plan. Because your needs, wants, priorities and goals change during this time, it is essential to adjust your estate plan to reflect these changes. Read on to learn how to update your estate plan after divorce. How…Read More

General Power of Attorney vs Durable Power of Attorney

Caring for your elder loved ones with their disability planning may lead you to consider a General Power of Attorney or a Durable Power of Attorney. While no person likes to think about possibly becoming disabled or incapacitated, it is essential to do so as part of any life or estate planning. Read on to…Read More

How to protect your child after they turn 18

Congratulations, your child is now an adult!  It’s an exciting time in their lives. Many parents of an 18-year-old are unsure if they have prepared their child adequately for life as an adult. Also important is creating estate planning documents, because turning eighteen changes how the rest of the world, and how the law, now…Read More

How to Prepare for the Cost of Long-Term Medical Care

The decision to buy long-term care insurance vs. self-insuring is a common conundrum. If you can afford to self-insure based on your estate planning, then the choice boils down to whether you would like to retain the risk or share the risk with an insurance company. What is long-term care insurance? Long-term care insurance covers…Read More

The Difference Between A Power Of Attorney And Guardianship

You may arrive at a point in life where you need to educate yourself on the legal options available to you as you care for aging parents. If a person loses the capacity to make big decisions for themselves, powers of attorney and guardianships provide different options for making important choices. Understanding the differences between…Read More