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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No and yes. Probate is a court procedure by which a will is proved to be valid or invalid and then the terms of that document are applied to the...Read more
Q. What mistakes should a person avoid when doing a will? A. I have chosen the five[i] following mistakes to avoid. NOT HAVING A WILL IN THE FIRST PLACE IS...Read more
A simple way to avoid probate is to give away property during your lifetime. But there can be consequences because you lose control and cannot recover the item, cash or...Read more
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