Category Archives: Estate Planning
Powers Of Attorney And Guardianships: What’s The Difference?
In the world of estate planning, a durable power of attorney can be a valuable thing to have. Although on the surface it may seem concerning, it can, in some cases, avoid the necessity of a guardianship. Powers of Attorney A durable power of attorney turns over all decision-making power to the person or… Read More »
Missing Persons, Presumed Death And Probating Estates
The death of a loved one is excruciatingly painful. It is made all the more painful when someone just disappears. Although it sounds like something out of a movie, people often die, and their remnants or bodies cannot be found. That can leave family in a precarious situation when it comes to probating an… Read More »