Incapacity is defined, from a legal standpoint, as the inability to make sound decisions regarding one’s personal or financial affairs. Failing to plan for the possibility of incapacity in advance can create significant problems for seniors and their love
Introducing Guidr – Online Estate Planning with your Local Attorney!
Have you ever thought: “I’m too young to need an estate plan.” “It’s easier for me to research and create my own estate plan, rather than sitting down with a lawyer.” “I don’t have enough stuff to worry about Estate Planning” “I don’t have
Can a Power of Attorney Agent Do Anything They Want?
A generic power of attorney document, such as those provided by online forms that are easily downloaded and filled out, may not contain the necessary limitations that you intended. This means that by default, your power of attorney agent may have broad po
Durable Power of Attorney Versus Power of Attorney
A general power of attorney can cover a broad range of transactions whereas a limited power of attorney document only covers specific circumstances, such as allowing another person to register a new vehicle for you. A typical power of attorney will exp
End of Life Issues to Remember As You Create Your Estate Plan
Your estate plan and your elder law plan should think about all of the different issues that might affect you as you approach your older years. There is definitely no easy way to start discussing some of the complicated issues around end of life concerns