For most people, the Durable Power of Attorney is the most important estate planning instrument available, even more useful than a will. A Power of Attorney allows a person you appoint, your “attorney-in-fact” or “agent” to act in place of
If you needed to make a critical decision about your personal finances, your business, or your health care, but you were unable to do so, whom would you want to have making the decision for you? That actually is much
Attorney-CPA Joe Cordell and cohost Susan Arthur take listener questions on this episode of ElderTalk! They explain how to plan for long-term financial planning for medical expenses, debt protection in cases of power of attorney, qualifying for Medicaid coverage, and
Attorney-CPA Joe Cordell and Susan Arthur explain why it is important for parents to make sure their child signs a Power of Attorney document before moving away to college in order to gain both security and peace of mind.