A medical power of attorney appoints an agent to act on your behalf. For most people, this agent is a direct relative, such as a child. This person can then make decisions when you are not able to do so.
For instance, you may suffer a stroke and go into a coma. Doctors need to do Continue reading
Estate planning and probate issues are often misunderstood. For example, many people believe that estate planning is important only for extremely wealthy people, but that isn’t true.
You can benefit by taking steps now to plan for retirement, pass property down to heirs and ensure Continue reading
Watching your parents age can be immensely difficult, and this may be particularly true if your parents are suffering from dementia. At some point, it may be wise for you and your parents to sit down and talk about creating powers of attorney.
Power of attorney grants a trusted person Continue reading