With the Maryland General and Limited Power of Attorney Act having codified the responsibilities of an agent to a principal, as well providing for the assurances and enforceability discussed in this week’s blogs, it may be advisable to utilize a two-tiered approach to powers of attorney in estate planning and elder law by utilizing the Maryland statutory form Personal Financial Power of Attorney along with a broader customized standby supplemental power of attorney.
- Social Security Disability and The Americans with Disabilities Act
- The 6 Things You Should Think About Before Retiring
- Estate Planning Is Vital for All, Regardless of Asset Level
- What the Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program Means for You
- How to Plan for Short Term Disability
- Buying Special Needs Housing? Use These Tips!
- Elville and Associates to Host Series of Estate Planning Workshops October 22nd – 24th in Columbia/Ellicott City
- Why Wealthy Retirees Don’t Spend Their Money
- Meeting with Family About Elder Care
- Elville and Associates’ 2019 Annual Client Event — “What Families Need to Know about Planning for Loved Ones with Disabilities”