When is Guardianship of an Elderly Parent Needed?

When people think of guardianship, they often think about a minor child in the care of a designated adult family member or friend, or perhaps a disabled adult child who needs care after turning 18. However, guardianship of an elderly or aging adult, usually a parent, who is losing their physical and mental health capacities is also fairly common. While the process is similar, there are some distinct differences when

Power of Attorney: Misconceptions and Myths Busted

Obtaining a durable power of attorney is one of the most important and powerful estate planning moves you can make. It allows someone who you appoint (referred to as your agent) to make decisions on your behalf in the event you become incapacitated. If you have no power of attorney, then your loved ones may not have the authority to make decisions on your behalf in case you become severely

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