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When to Establish a Power of Attorney
When to Establish a Power of Attorney

A power of attorney is a legal document that enables a person to choose another to act on their behalf in certain, or all, matters. Because a power of attorney grants a person authority over your affairs, it’s important to name a trusted person and how long they are allowed ...

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    An estimated 500,000 cats and dogs are sent to shelters and euthanized every year due to the death of their owners. Unless you have an effective plan ...

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    People often use the words will and trust interchangeably. Both documents are a set of legal instructions that dictate a person’s affairs; however, ...

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  • Why Everyone Needs a Will

    Wills are the foundation of a sound estate plan , and they are not just for the wealthy; most people would benefit by drafting one. If you die without ...

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  • WHAT HAPPENS IF I DIE WITHOUT A WILL?

    Dying without a Will is legally referred to as dying intestate . Broken down, this means that your liabilities and assets are handled by the specific ...

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    You’ve just said “I do” to the person of your dreams. You’re ready to start your life of bliss with them and you feel confident that you can tackle ...

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    Finding an attorney is like shopping for a pair of shoes; you want to find one that fits just right. You might feel pressure to retain the first ...

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  • STOP PUTTING IT OFF - IT'S TIME FOR A WILL

    Did you know that more than half of Americans do not have a Will in place? What’s preventing you from getting it done? While it’s never fun to think ...

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