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Estate Planning to Improve Your Financial Power of Attorney

July 6, 2018

It’s one of the most overlooked and understated pieces in most peoples’ estate plans… The power of attorney. And it’s so much more than simply deciding who manages your affairs when you can’t. So today let’s review more tips on how to navigate this vital step in the estate planning process. Which actions can the […]

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Power of Attorney: The Most Important Document in Your Estate Plan

June 29, 2018

The financial power of attorney (POA) could be the most important document in your estate plan. Yet, many people don’t have one. And many people who do have a power of attorney didn’t give it much thought and have inadequate documents. Adverse results can range from bills not being paid on time to trusted people […]

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Estate Planning Strategies: Pros & Cons of Power of Attorney vs. Living Trust

February 16, 2018

Which is the best way to protect your assets, smooth the transition of your estate, and make life easier for you and your heirs… Power of attorney or revocable living trust? Truth is, most estate plans need both a power of attorney and a revocable living trust. So the better question is:  Which one should cover the bulk of your assets? Over the […]

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A Shrewd Look at Power of Attorney – Part 2

January 1, 2008

The power of attorney is an essential part of every estate plan, but few people understand it or give it much thought. Last month we discussed some details of POAs that help ensure your wishes are followed. This month we will look at a few more details of the documents with an eye toward protecting […]

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A Shrewd Look at the Power of Attorney

December 1, 2007

A power of attorney is an essential part of an estate plan. You know that from past visits. The POA ensures that someone can manage your estate when you are unable to. Bills can be paid; investments can be managed; and other actions can be taken. Having a document called a power of attorney does […]

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