Power of Attorney

When someone requires medical care or treatment, that patient has the right to decide on their own medical care. This...

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Many people assume a Power of Attorney is a permanent transfer of decision making authority to another person. In fact,...

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If your child is heading off to college this Fall, you probably have a long checklist that includes buying sheets...

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Many people own property in another state or want to purchase real estate in another state. For many reasons -...

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In creating your estate plan, you may include a DNR - Do Not Resuscitate - order so that your loved...

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A power of attorney (POA) authorizes someone to take legal actions for another person under specific circumstances. While many times...

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National Health Care Decisions Day is an annual reminder that everyone understands the importance of health care planning, and to...

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If your child or loved one is over 18 years of age and under 22, there's a strong likelihood that...

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If you become ill, are delayed on an overseas trip, or become temporarily incapacitated, how will your bill get paid?...

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I've told my family that I don't want life-sustaining medical care. Why do I need a legal document that says...

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