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How Many Witnesses Do I Need for My Estate Planning Documents?
  • Published: July 18, 2018

A durable power of attorney is a written document, whereby a person (“the principal”) can authorize or grant authority to another individual (or individuals, called the “agent” or the “attorney-in-fact”) to perform certain tasks on behalf of the principal, whether or not the principal is under a disability.’s recent article, “Don't mess up this estate planning document,” says that whether two witnesses…Read More

Paying For An Estate Planning Attorney Is Worth The Expense
  • Published: June 25, 2018

Working with an elder law or estate planning attorney may be one of the best investments a person can make, reports in its article, “Why an estate planning attorney is worth the money.” You need to make sure that all of your documents are in order. This is not an easy thing to do on your own. With properly prepared estate planning documents,…Read More

Times Change And So Should Your Estate And Financial Plans
  • Published: May 22, 2018

Your financial and estate plans can easily become out-of-date. Your situation may have changed, since the analysis and recommendations in your plan were made. It may be that some facts have changed, your health has deteriorated, or your vision for the future has changed. The Smyrna-Clayton Sun-Times reports in its article,“Change plan as plans change,” that most financial plans begin as a snapshot…Read More

Is Your Advance Directive Up-to-Date?
  • Published: April 24, 2018

While you may believe you’ve covered your bases by completing an advance directive detailing your preferences for end-of-life care, that may not be enough. You still need to make sure your family fully understands your wishes, updating your directive regularly and making the document easily accessible to those who need it. Kiplinger’s recent article, “Advance Directive: Ensure End-of-Life Wishes Honored,” notes that many…Read More