Yes, the facts and details of your situation need to be discussed with an attorney and/or the probate court, but likely you can complete an “Appointment of Agent for Service of Process”, SCRCP Form #121ES naming a SC resident who agrees to receive service of all lawful process in any action at law or equity...Read more
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- I am planning to travel abroad with friends, not family. I have a living will and a health care power of attorney naming my daughter as my agent. Are these documents still valid in another country?
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I am planning to travel abroad with friends, not family. I have a living will and a health care power of attorney naming my daughter as my agent. Are these documents still valid in another country?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...
I’m putting together my New Year Resolutions and wondered what you thought I should include about disability, elder law and estate planning.Here is my list of favorites: 1. Be kind to someone daily.It’s incredibly good for your soul and as part of this resolution you need to see your estate plan...
The doctor says it will be a matter of weeks. Is there anything more I need to know or do? This week I had the privilege of saying goodbye to...
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