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August 15, 2016 Part 3: What Happens When You Don’t Pick a Financial Power of Attorney

Our previous posts highlight the ins and outs of choosing a Financial Power of Attorney. However, not everyone is ready or willing to make this designation. When this is the case, it’s important to understand what happens if you or a loved one becomes unable to manage your finances, and you don’t have an assigned […]

August 1, 2016 Part 2: How to Pick a Financial Power of Attorney

Last month, we covered when it’s time to start looking into choosing a financial (and medical) power of attorney (POA). In this post, we’re looking at how to make it happen. As you know, deciding you need a POA and actually finding one are two very different things, which is why we’re sharing some tips […]