Tag Archive for: power of attorney

College Students

Protecting Your Adult Child As They Leave For College

By the time your child turns 18 and heads to college, you will no longer have legal authority over them. While some parents consider this as a natural part of getting older, you may want to continue protecting your adult child during their college years and beyond. Read more

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Every Document Your Doctor Wished You Had

Today’s webinar, “Every Document Your Doctor Wished You Had” was an excellent, informative conversation filled with insight from our panel experts Dejuana Meekins Jackson and Lizz Fizer – two of the medical profession’s best! If you missed it, no worries, we’ve saved the Facebook live broadcast for you to view below.… Read more

your child

When your child turns 18, have him or her do this!

Turning eighteen in the United States usually equates to being “grown’ish”. Oftentimes, 18 means your child is leaving the nest for the first time — and hopefully for the last time, right? This includes going to college, joining the military or moving to a major city in order to make their dreams a reality.… Read more

conservatorship

Three Reasons to Carefully Consider Conservatorships

Approximately 1 in 10 Americans aged 60 and over have experienced some form of elder abuse. Many adults, regardless of age have undergone abuse at the hands of a loved one. Sadly, a common form of such abuse involves money. While adults at any age can fall victim, seniors are often the targets of fraudulent actions, and sometimes those actions are perpetrated by relatives.… Read more

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What an Estate Planning Meeting Looks Like

People often wonder what to expect when meeting with an attorney about estate planning (wills and trusts). Will it be like going to the dentist to get a tooth pulled or will it be like a walk in the park? At The TGQ Law Firm we certainly understand that the idea of meeting with an attorney, for any reason, can be scary, especially when you’re unsure about what to expect.Read more

do it yourself

Do Your Own Will & Trust If You Do This One Thing

Let’s start with a question: True or False? “You should create your own plan (will/trust/powers of attorney) or do it yourself instead of letting someone else create it for you.” Be careful to think this one through before answering. If you have read my article on “Will Kits” [1] you’re probably thinking “False!… Read more