Posts Tagged: incapacity planning

A Primer on Guardianship — An Introduction

December 1, 2015

By: David A. (Andy) Hall, Esq., andy@elvilleassociates.com Potential clients will often come into our office because their loved one is no longer able to manage their financial affairs or health care decisions due to a disabling event or disease. One study suggests that nearly two-thirds of Americans do not have incapacity planning documents. When the …

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Powers of Attorney / Poderes Legales y Notariales

October 29, 2015

By: Verena Meiser, J.D. verena@elvilleassociates.com Powers of Attorney are an important part of every estate plan, and every adult over the age of 18 should have powers of attorney in place.  A lot of misinformation is shared by well-meaning friends and family about the consequences of having a power of attorney.  This article should help …

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