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Why every adult should have a POA

Why every adult should have a POA

Having a power of attorney (or POA) is at least as important as having a will. That’s the opinion I’ve come to after 24 years helping individual clients and families in private practice. As people’s lifespans have increased, many spend more years than ever with a...
Two must-have estate plan provisions for parents with minor children

Two must-have estate plan provisions for parents with minor children

Despite our “elder law” moniker, we frequently write estate plans people of all ages. When I see parents whose children are minors, I make sure to address two specific issues that are usually not important with elderly clients. If you parent minor children, make sure...
Estate Planning Examples to Avoid

Estate Planning Examples to Avoid

An often overlooked benefit of professional estate planning: avoiding mistakes that ruin your best intentions. Here are just a few examples: Well, it looked like the right place to sign… In 1962, George Glace signed one of the blank spaces of a pre-printed legal form...