Importance of Incapacity Planning

  1. Importance of Incapacity Planning

    Incapacity Planning: Avoiding a Useless Power of Attorney The Dangers of Free Online Legal Documents I cannot emphasize the importance of incapacity planning enough as an elder law attorney. You start incapacity planning by creating powers of attorney documents. A power of attorney allows you to designate a trusted individual to make decisions or conduct […]

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  2. Young Adult Estate Planning

    Old Enough to Vote? Old Enough to do Estate Planning If you are a young adult, you need estate planning. Yes, I am talking to you, high school graduate. You see, when you turned eighteen, you became an adult. And as an adult, you are now responsible for making your own decisions. So, you need […]

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  3. Yes, You Do Need an Estate Plan When You Turn 18

    YES, YOU DO NEED AN ESTATE PLAN WHEN YOU TURN 18 Do I Really Need an Estate Plan at 18? Yes, you really do need an estate plan when you turn eighteen. Congratulations! You turned eighteen. You are now officially an adult.  So what does that mean? Well, for starters, you are now responsible for making […]

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