Tag Archive for: powers of attorney


With 10 million Americans positive for COVID-19, estate planning is a must!

As of right now, 10.2 million American have tested positive for COVID-19, a virus that has also taken the lives of over 200,000 U.S. citizens. When we discussed COVID-19 and estate planning before today, no one knew how important it would still be to explain, in clear and concise detail, why planning your estate — by putting a will, trust, or other documentation in place before your demise — is more important now than ever before in our lifetime.… Read more

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Power of Attorney: Why Everyone Needs One ASAP

Consider this:  Who would make decisions for you if you were unable to? Think about it. Are you sure that person would make the right decisions for you? What decisions would they make? In a recent estate planning seminar I had a conversation with a young woman who was hospitalized the year before.Read more


Conservatorship: Seeking Authority to Handle Finances for Loved Ones

Yes, I know, it’s not easy talking about this topic. It is, however, necessary. In the month preceding the drafting of this article our firm has assisted three different families in their efforts to obtain court appointment of conservators (persons appointed by the court to manage finances and assets for another person) for the benefit of a loved one.… Read more


Care, Custody and Cash for Children After Death: How?

Most of the time when we think of our estate plans, we think only of what will happen to our assets when we are old and gray? However, have you ever considered what would happen if you and/or your spouse were not here tomorrow?Read more

Your Team of 3 – Help in Times of Incapacity

Let’s expose the elephant in the [virtual] room right from the beginning. Brace yourself! We all age every year, and the older we get, questions regarding aging, managing affairs, long-term care, and the care of our families become much more relevant.… Read more