Power of Attorney is a legal document where one person authorizes another to act on his/her behalf. It allows that authorized person ...
What is a power of attorney?
Are you in need or were selected as a power of attorney? Check out this blog by an experienced Estate Planning Attorney in Mansfield, MA.
Power Of Attorney
A durable financial power of attorney is a writing that grants authority by a person to another person to handle his or her financial affai...
Just What Is a Power of Attorney?
What to consider about power of attorney
Elder law expert Bernard A. Krooks writes about power of attorney.
When and How Should I Create a Power of Attorney?
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What are the Differences Between a Power of Attorney and an Executor?
When people create an estate plan, they are doing so with the intention of preparing for their assets after their death. This allows them to ensure their possessions are still taken care of, even after they are gone. In doing so, individuals often appoint other people to help them take care of these processes. An …
What You Need to Know about Powers of Attorney
This blog post discusses the different types of powers of attorney.
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What Does It Mean To Be An "Agent" Under A Power of Attorney for Property?
I have written at length in prior articles about the importance of preparing for your potential incapacity by executing the appropriate estate planning documents. Under Illinois law, one vitally important tool in preparing for potential incapacity is a Power of Attorney for Property (POAP). In executing a POAP, you act as the “principal” and name a person – known as an “agent” – to manage financial matters, keeping your best interests in mind, while you are incapacitated.
How to Choose the Right Attorney
Despite the booming divorce rates in our country, almost half of the individuals getting divorced have absolutely no idea what their next step should be. For this purpose, Nelson Law Group PC has created a blog series called “New to Divorce”. This series will consist of three blogs that will… read more →
Who should I choose as my agent in a medical power of attorney?
A medical power of attorney is a legal document that allows you to select someone to make medical decisions on your behalf in ...
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How can you prepare when divorce seems imminent? Since divorce is not only a dissolution of a marriage but a splitting of finances and assets and potentially a custodial battle for children, it’s helpful to plan your steps well ahead of making a move to end your union. Here are five steps you can take …
Wills, Living Wills, Power of Attorney, Trusts
Estate planning sounds so overwhelming: Wills, Living Wills, Power of Attorney, Trusts, Guardianships, etc., etc., etc. What doe...
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A Will, Power of Attorney and Health Care Power of Attorney: Three Documents Everyone Should Have
These three documents are the building blocks toward a solid estate plan and peace of mind.
10 Questions for an Elder Law Attorney
Many concerns and questions can arise as we grow older. In the last decade or so, a new category of law has emerged that specializes in helping retirees answer their questions and learn their rights. Here, 10 questions for an elder law attorney.
What is that NOTICE on the front of my Power of Attorney?
Elder Law Attorney Jeffrey Marshall discusses legal issues related to seniors.