Probably your health care power of attorney (hereinafter HCPOA) will be valid, but it may be difficult to reach your agent. I suggest you name a traveling companion as a co-agent or alternate agent to act only when your daughter can’t be reached, but having all the same authority and discretion to make decisions on...Read more
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The legal battle over the life of Terri Shiavo, age 26 when she went into coma, caused many people to stop and think about end of life planning through advance...
How does one work with a lawyer? Interesting analogy. The best way to have a successful relationship with your attorney is: First, select an attorney that focuses his or her...
Actually 46 states now allow pet trusts, including South Carolina, but you can’t leave monies and assets directly to the pet. A decade ago only 4 states allowed pet trusts....
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