Welcome back to a Legal Minute with Michaelson Law. We are here to answer your questions and share examples of common avoidable legal situations found in estate planning, elder law, and business law. We recently received an excellent question asking about the difference between a Power of Attorney and Guardianship. John took this week’s episode to break down the answer.
A power of attorney (POA) and guardianship are both tools that can help someone make decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated. The difference between them comes down to the power of the court. Hit the link to the video to learn more.
Do you have questions about POA’s and Guardianship? Call the Michaelson Law at (702) 731-2333. We are here to help alleviate your estate planning and elder law concerns.